Track Evidence-Based Outcomes and Support Addiction Recovery with Digital Technology
As use of digital technology by providers and payers increases, so too, does the opportunity to close gaps and break down barriers in behavioral health care. One area of particular interest in the field of mental health and substance use disorder treatment is the ability to better meet the demand to show verifiable, clear, and data-informed results illustrating treatment success. Forward-thinking clinicians are looking for ways to collect and use data to drive behavioral health improvements.
This presentation will show how neurotechnology can be used to assess mental health, screen for risk of mental conditions and train new brain habits to support addiction recovery. Dr. Gordon will discuss how clinicians can use a patient’s mental health assessment and clinical screening data to create targeted addiction treatment plans and interventions. He also will discuss how clinicians can use patient assessment data to track and manage the patient’s recovery over time. Finally, he will provide tools and tips for supporting patients between visits to help them control cravings, keep them on track with their recovery plan, and reduce risk of relapse.
This webinar will:
- Apply scientifically validated data to quickly diagnose patients and develop targeted treatment plans
- Demonstrate how to track and manage patients’ mental health over time and adjust care plans accordingly
- Determine how to support patients between visits with digital tools to help them control cravings and keep them on track with their recovery plan
- Show how to demonstrate verifiable, data-informed results illustrating treatment success