In the changing health and human service field, care delivery models such as health homes or patient centered medical homes (PCMH) are often out of reach for most behavioral health care providers as they require large investments in time, technology, and money. In response, Smart Care Teams are an emerging trend in health care which involve both traditional and non-traditional service delivery teams. Smart Care Teams continue to focus on consumer-centered care which utilizes innovative technology, but are more focused on specific service delivery challenges.
During this 90-minute executive web briefing, Ravi Ganesan, President of Core Solutions and Robert Capobianco, Vice President of Marketing at Core Solutions, discussed why next generation Smart Care Teams can deliver more care at less costs through utilizing less invasive technology and harnessing the power of consumer engagement. We also explored how emerging technology toolkits such as big data, personalized evidence-based medicine, and real-time clinical feedback can be utilized across multiple behavioral health settings such as prevention, outpatient, and crisis intervention services. During this exclusive executive web briefing, our presenters answered key questions, such as:
What are the trends driving the adoption of Smart Care Teams?
Why can Smart Care Teams save 20-30% on services provided?
What are some practical examples of building Smart Care Teams in behavioral health?
How do I get started on my organization’s Smart Care Team journey?