How technology-enabled behavioral health integration (tBHI™) can transform healthcare as we know it

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Pandemic or not, we’re failing patients when it comes to behavioral health

What’s worse, two-thirds of people who suffer from behavioral health issues never get proper treatment for these elevated risk factors. That was all before COVID-19. Mental health IS health and should be treated as such. …


December 16, 2019

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Reporting from NeuroFlow — I believe the smoke has cleared. Months long; only a few casualties (mostly weekends and sleep); and although the fighting was at times arduous, we maintained forward progress on the battlefield. The overall team and allies remain intact. The battle is far from over, but we have successfully received reinforcements and for the time being we can sigh in relief in the wake of the small victory. We have closed our Series A investment round (press release here).


Mental Health providers may not be thanked often, portrayed in movies as superhuman or wear capes to work but make no mistake, they’re heroes.

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They’re responsible for helping those who need it most, which can be a tough challenge when patients struggle with mental health conditions, often resulting in poor engagement, motivation, and treatment compliance.

This is our effort to do a little for them and recognize the group of professionals that do so much for us.

To all of the mental health providers out there, thank you.

Next up in our Mental Health Spotlight: Alphonso Nathan.


Mental Health providers may not be thanked often, portrayed in movies as superhuman or wear capes to work but make no mistake, they’re heroes.

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They’re responsible for helping those who need it most, which can be a tough challenge when patients struggle with mental health conditions, often resulting in poor engagement, motivation, and treatment compliance.

This is our effort to do a little for them and recognize the group of professionals that do so much for us.

To all of the mental health providers out there, thank you.

Next up in our Mental Health Spotlight: Dr. Argie Allen Wilson.


Mental Health providers may not be thanked often, portrayed in movies as superhuman or wear capes to work but make no mistake, they’re heroes.

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Image Copyright © 2018 NeuroFlow, Inc.

They’re responsible for helping those who need it most, which can be a tough challenge when patients struggle with mental health conditions, often resulting in poor engagement, motivation, and treatment compliance.

This is our effort to do a little for them and recognize the group of professionals that do so much for us.

Every Monday we are going to take a few minutes and do just this.

To all of the mental health providers out there, thank you.

First up in our Mental Health Spotlight: Brian Daly, PhD.

Dr. Daly specializes as a pediatric psychologist where he practices in his private practice based in Philadelphia, PA, Center City Psychological Services. …


And it isn’t just another app. It’s mission driven. NeuroFlow is a robust HIPAA compliant platform for providers and patients.

You’ve heard the startling statistics: 20 Veterans a day commit suicide. PTSD is not limited to just Veterans either, in fact, 8 million of us struggle with it every year. In total, 52 million Americans fight a battle with anxiety-related disorders annually.

Think about what’s really at stake. Lives, for one.

Happiness. Families. Relationships. Even our daily productivity.

The good news? A stigma is shrinking and a shift in public opinion is occurring.

Non-profit organizations like Objective Zero and One Fight Foundation are paving the way for much needed mental health resources for the military and Veterans. Celebrities are speaking up and taking action — take Demi Lovato, a Partner of the CAST Centers. …


Dear Senator Rubio,
Last week, after another senseless school shooting, we heard you loud and clear. While our hearts are with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students and the entire Parkland community, there is action to take.

It’s time for a radical change in the way we diagnose and treat mental illness. In 2018, our elected leaders need to stand together in order to serve the most vulnerable members of society: children.

You are correct to say mental illness is treated as a behavior and not a disease, but we have so much more to learn. According to the National Institutes of Health, estimates of funding for various Research, Condition, and Disease Categories (RCDC), the mental health category is expected to drop by nearly 30 percent in 2018. …

About

Christopher Molaro

Helping patients with anxiety and depression feel better faster with NeuroFlow. CEO at NeuroFlow. West Point grad. Wharton MBA grad. Former Army officer.

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