Real Benefits to You and Your Patients
Government and Commercial payers reimburse for each screening
Improved Quality Measures
Practices who participate are rewarded with improved MACRA, MIPS and HEDIS scoring
Instant, critical information about a patient’s overall well-being.
Reduced staff resources. All you need to do is hand out the tablets
How Does it Work?
Why should you screen for behavioral health?
More Americans than ever before are suffering from mental and emotional distress. According to a new study published in the journal Psychiatric Services, 3.4% of the U.S. population, or more than 8 million Americans, suffer from serious psychological distress (SPD).
Over 50,000 deaths occurred from Opioid related addictions in 2017
Less than 5% of physicians screen effectively for behavioral health conditions.
Over 20% of adults have a diagnosable behavioral health disorder annually.
50% of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14 and 75% by age 24.
Why would insurance pay for this?
Mental health affects patient’s overall well-being
Opioid crisis - mental health issues lead to bigger problems if left untreated
Rising healthcare costs.
Early detection means better patient outcomes
Is this right for your practice?
How many daily screens could you administer?
Behavioral Health Screenings are billed directly to government and private insurers and reimbursed directly to your practice