Archive | June, 2015

Improving Outcomes and Reducing Costs for Superutilizers

In our recent #mhTech Media Roundup, we highlighted several health apps designed to meet the needs of a variety of mental/health issues, also noting that there is still room for improvement. Some mobile apps are already making huge improvements in the cost and quality of care in treating Medicaid superutilizers – those with more than $25,000 in annual healthcare costs. CRI’s coactionHealth initiative – a clinical intervention model that integrates mHealth and data analytics into Read more…

AppImpact Ensures Better Outcomes, Greater Savings

There are now close to 3 million Android and Apple (iOS) apps on the market – and one research firm estimates that more than 100,000 of them are mHealth apps. This presents a tremendous opportunity in behavioral health because of the widespread use of mobile devices. A recent Pew Research study found that more than 90 percent of Americans own a cell phone – and 64 percent own smartphones. To make it easier for organizations Read more…