Technology moving the needle on behavioral health

Technology moving the needle on behavioral health

Telehealth, wearables and artificial intelligence all hold promise to increase access to care for underserved populations.

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Dr. Jacqueline Naeem, Senior Medical Director at Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, highlighted the prevalence of behavioral health issues in healthcare and the potential for technology to address them during her session at the HIMSS24 conference in Orlando. With mental health recognized as a global priority, technology can help mitigate issues such as lack of access to care. Telehealth, mental health apps, wearable devices, and artificial intelligence are among the technologies discussed. While caution is advised, these technologies offer promising solutions for improving behavioral healthcare delivery, particularly in certain settings and populations.

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