Catalyzed by the COVID-19 pandemic, many behavioral health care providers have implemented telehealth services to augment existing partial hospitalization programs and intensive outpatient programs.
Strengthening our nation’s long-term care system is a pressing societal issue as growing numbers of older Americans and people living with disabilities or chronic diseases increase demand.
The United States continues to face a behavioral health crisis that has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, nearly 40% of adults reported symptoms of depression or anxiety, an increase from 10% in 2019.
Telehealth has emerged as an essential tool for expanding patient access to health care services during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
By March of this year, more than 61% of Americans had experienced a telehealth visit—and almost 88% want to continue using telehealth for nonurgent consultations, even after the pandemic passes, according to findings reported in Healthcare Finance.
The COVID-19 pandemic drove significant expansion in state and federal telehealth policies, playing a critical role in ensuring access to substance use disorder (SUD) services, even during quarantine.
Digital health adoption has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and this surge in use now has the potential to transform health care.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a dramatic increase in virtual care adoption.
In a new webinar series, Manatt Health hosts dynamic roundtables with leading innovators on the ten imperatives key to improving health care over the next ten years.
Healthcare and life sciences entities recognize the value in digital innovation—and most are investing massive amounts of money in digital innovation initiatives.