7 new behavioral health partnerships in September

Here's seven behavioral health partnerships that Becker's reported on in September:

  1. Digital video technology platform Videra Health partnered with Discovery Behavioral Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston to launch an AI-driven online platform addressing relapse for patients in their first year after outpatient treatment.
  2. Appalachian Regional Healthcare partnered with the University of Kentucky School of Social Work in Lexington to address the behavioral health workforce shortages in rural Kentucky and West Virginia.
  3. Behavioral telehealth platform Mend partnered with Eleos Health to increase digital patient engagement and lower session documentation burden for providers conducting virtual behavioral health appointments.
  4. Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center in Aurora, Colo., expanded its partnership with electronic health record solutions company CliniComp to encompass behavioral health.
  5. Opus EHR partnered with Nabra to integrate the AI-powered clinical note-generation tool Nabla Copilot into its platform to ease the administrative burden on clinical behavioral health treatment professionals.
  6. Marvin Behavioral Health partnered with Huntington Health in Pasadena, Calif., to offer its healthcare providers access to virtual behavioral health services.
  7. Community Health Systems partnered with population health management company Mindoula to integrate virtual behavioral health services into the primary care setting.

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