Leveraging technology to connect patients and doctors has increased access to healthcare across the board. Providers are now able to reach health consumers in manners that are more intuitive, engaging and easy. However, while it’s certainly easier to find a virtual solution today, developing long-term, engaging relationships with patients is difficult to scale - especially when it comes to mental health.
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Serenity, a behavioral health platform for clinicians and care teams is now available for early access
Today, the Serenity team is proud to share the Serenity behavioral health platform is available to clinicians and care teams for early access. Serenity empowers clinicians to build, deploy and measure clinical materials with speed and at scale, giving them a powerful tool to gain deeper visibility into a patient’s therapeutic journey.
Mental health in the modern world
The behavioral health care landscape has changed dramatically in the last 12 months as the spotlight has shone brighter on mental health and its impact across society.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic increase in the use of virtual and digital mental health services. Since the pandemic and associated lockdowns has left more people in need with less ability to access in-person care, virtual care and other digital tools are more important than ever in supporting existing care, providing scale and increasing capacity.
The pandemic has directed a spotlight on how digital tools can lighten the load on healthcare systems by shortening the time between seeing a doctor or a therapist. In telehealth, we’ve seen digital transformation accelerate rapidly in 2020. According to a Definitive Healthcare survey, 23% of health executives agree that increased telehealth usage is the trend that will have the most significant impact on the healthcare industry over the next year.