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  1. Startup raises $42M to link behavioral health services to primary care practices

    Behavioral health startup Concert Health secured $42 million in series B funding, including from Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health and Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based Advent Health.
  2. Michigan nonprofit opens region's first virtual behavioral health urgent care

    Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based crisis services agency Common Ground is opening the region's first virtual behavioral health urgent care, Detroit Free Press reported April 25.
  3. Mental healthcare in Michigan growing more affordable with reforms

    Michigan residents are seeing more accessible and more affordable mental healthcare opportunities thanks to Medicaid expansion, COVID-19 pandemic reforms and a new pilot program with the federal and state governments, MLive reported April 30.

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  1. Digital mental healthcare startups raised $5.1B in 2021

    Digital health startups focused on mental healthcare raised the most money out of any clinical healthcare startups in 2021 and nearly doubled year-over-year funding, according to Rock Health.
  2. 10 least expensive states for therapy

    Idaho has the lowest therapy session fees of any state, on average, according to a study by behavioral health site Zencare.
  3. 10 most expensive states for therapy

    New York is the most expensive state for average therapy fees, according to a study by behavioral health site Zencare.
  4. New NYC behavioral health clinic lands $425K federal grant

    New York City-based Interfaith Medical Center received a $425,000 federal grant for its newly renovated behavioral health clinic, Brooklyn Paper reported April 18.

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  1. Connecticut police department starts its own behavioral health network

    The police department of Fairfield, Conn., created a behavioral health network that officials say will make it easier for people to access services, CTInsider reported April 19.
  2. Largest youth-in-crisis behavioral health provider launches in California

    Bozeman, Mont.-based Charlie Health, the largest behavioral health provider for youth in crisis, is expanding into California.
  3. Nevada practice increasing behavioral health capacity for at-risk patients 

    Reno-based community health center Northern Nevada Hopes is adding a new behavioral health clinic in Reno, KUNR reported April 18.
  4. NextGen releases first of its kind behavioral health EHR

    NextGen Healthcare is debuting what it says is the first EHR that integrates physical and behavioral health, human services and oral health into one platform.

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