Defining a Gold Standard in Online Behavioral Health Service Delivery
Telehealth solutions have evolved from simple mediators of communication to providing innovative and effective care delivery models for health systems. One of the most recent additions to the telehealth ecosystem is online-delivered programs for behavioral health issues. The effectiveness of some online solutions, such as Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (cCBT), have gained empirical
Psychological Therapies in the NHS Conference – 3rd - 4th February
The 9th annual New Savoy Conference Psychological Therapies in the NHS is being hosted at the Millennium Conference Centre, London between the 3rd - 4th February 2016. The theme for this year's conference is how evidence based therapy and welfare support will fare in a climate of austerity. The Government needs to make welfare savings and this will have a major impact on people with mental health
More than 29 million Americans have diabetes and as many as 86 million have pre-diabetes, putting them at serious risk for developing the condition. To complicate matters, people who have diabetes are twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression, which can drastically impact a patient's ability to effectively self-manage and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Behavioral care integration essential for chronic disease management
New healthcare and payment models, such as the CMS Medicare Shared Saving Program (MSSP) for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), focus on value-based care and chronic disease management. However, behavioral health is not given the same importance as physical health in these new emerging models.
Our very own Noemi Vigano, Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Programmes Manager here at Silvercloud Health will be presenting at the 2015 Connected Health Symposium this week. This year’s theme is “The Internet of Healthy Things: Integrating Connected Health into Real World Care Delivery”. Silvercloud Health will be presenting as part of the conference’s brand new Poster Session, supported by
“Dignity refers to an individual’s inherent value and worth and is strongly linked to respect, recognition, self-worth and the possibility to make choices.” -World Health Organisation (2015) As illustrated by the above quote, the theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day on October 10th is "dignity in mental health" which is concerned with the dignity and respect of those who use or require