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Create Safe, Effective Automated Behavioral Health Services

February 22, 2017 — 01:00PM - 02:00PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
207C
Session ID: 
186

Description

The shortage of behavioral health service costs the US healthcare system over $875B/year. By automating services, UCSFMC has been able to reduce their cost and increase their availability and quality. Learn how UCSFMC has been able to deliver, on a large scale, safe, effective psychotherapeutic services for depression, anxiety, addiction and eating disorders that put patients in a HIPAA-compliant cloud network; quantitatively assess their behavioral health status and recovery using cognitive computing analytics; and monitor their participation and clinical progress throughout a course of automated peer group psychotherapy. This program overcomes barriers to providing behavioral healthcare services, including the shortage of behavioral health specialists, the dearth of psychiatric services within chronic disease care services, distance, cost and stigma associated with mental health. This presentation is a follow-up to last year's preliminary report. Results, metrics, lessons learned and future plans will be present at this year's session.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Create safe and effective automated psychotherapeutic clinical services for depression, anxiety, addiction and eating disorders
  • Assess patients' behavioral health status and ongoing participation and progress toward recovery using cognitive computing analytics within automated psychotherapeutic clinical services for depression, anxiety, addiction and eating disorders
  • Analyze automated group psychotherapy interventions for depression, anxiety, addiction and eating disorders using real-time, quantitative health intelligence generated by cognitive computing analytics
  • Recognize how to integrate safe, effective moderated peer group behavioral health services within the clinical workflows of existing chronic care services for cancer, diabetes, heart disease, dementia and other chronic disease patients
  • Identify how to deliver safe, effective peer group behavioral health services for depression, anxiety and stress that improve the behavioral health and resilience of family caregivers of patients with chronic diseases to reduce caregiver burnout and morbidity

Audience: 

Physician, CMO, CMIO
C-Suite
Public Health Practitioner

Speaker(s): 

Level: 

Intermediate

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