While behavioral health conversations have historically been carried out by specialists and centered on drugs and psychiatrists, today’s decision makers are engaging in more progressive and impactful discussions about innovation–from prevention and diagnosis to proactive vs. reactive intervention and treatment.
This shift toward innovation is desperately needed. Health care leaders across the ecosystem recognize
the gravity of this growing problem and the importance of integrating medical and behavioral health to drive
better outcomes for the “whole” patient. To advance thinking on the challenges and opportunities with behavioral health innovation, we gathered top executives from payer, provider, innovator and investor organizations for the Outlook on Behavioral Health: In Need of Innovation and Care Integration at the 2019 Health Evolution Summit, sponsored by Ziegler.
The Outlooks brings together leaders from across the industry to strengthen understanding of the art of the possible and how to create value by connecting with customers in new and different ways. Leaders convene and work together to identify which new technology-enabled models are creating value… and more importantly, what is necessary to drive success at scale going forward.
To view the key findings from the 2019 Outlook on Behavioral Health: In Need of Innovation and Care Integration report, view the report here.