Tag Archives | mental health

What Does Integrated Care Look Like in Action?

Integrated care can take on many forms in today's healthcare environment.

Innovative methodologies such as integrated care are gaining in popularity as the healthcare industry rallies to find a solution to the opioid crisis.

How Integrated Care Is Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Mental Health Services

Integrated care models can bridge the the gap between physical and mental health treatments.

Healthcare insurers and providers, along with the justice system and government agencies, have responded to changing perceptions of drug use disorders by endorsing integrated care.

How Behavioral Health Care Has Changed Since the Opioid Crisis

Behavioral health patients are experiencing new relationships with their physicians.

Opioids have extensive histories as both prescribed and illicit drugs, and the fundamental challenge they present – as uniquely powerful analgesics that are nevertheless highly addictive – has long bedeviled the healthcare sector.

A Look Back at 100 Years of Behavioral Health

For centuries, healthcare providers have offered behavioral health treatments for a variety of mental and physical conditions. Today, we often equate behavioral health only with mental health, but the term is broader than that, both historically and at the moment. It may also encompass any treatment for behavior-affected conditions such as hypertension, prediabetes and substance […]

The Rise of Behavioral Health Apps [Infographic]

Do you “power nap” with a meditation app? Behavioral Health is tapping into tech for innovative ways to leverage the accessibility and big data of apps. Learn more in this original infographic from AMR!

The Latest Facts on the Mental Health Crisis in America

Mental Health

Approximately 43.6 million adults in the U.S. suffer from some type of mental illness, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). That is more than 18 percent of the U.S. population. At that rate, it’s nearly impossible for someone to go their whole lives without either experiencing mental illness first hand […]