Allina Leaders Discuss Guidance on Digital Solutions in Behavioral Health Care

Since the onset of the pandemic, we have seen an increase in stress anxiety. depression, substance use and elevated numbers of suicidal ideation. The pandemic accelerated the adoption and expansion of tele-health services and reduced barriers to providing virtual care. In this podcast, Rebecca Chickey, senior director of field engagement and behavioral health services at AHA, is speaking with leaders from Allina health in Minnesota and western Wisconsin about mental health and addiction services and key digital innovations that the health system is using to provide behavioral health care to patients throughout the pandemic and beyond.


 

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