Pennsylvania-based NeuroFlow, a behavioral well being firm, has partnered with New Jersey-based Atlantic Well being System to advance a collaborative care mannequin for grownup behavioral well being sufferers at 16 accountable care group (ACO) websites.
NeuroFlow’s cloud-based platform permits healthcare suppliers to trace, assess and join with sufferers between conventional workplace visits. The corporate additionally presents AI-driven scientific determination assist with suggestions for the following steps for particular person sufferers.
The companions will initially give attention to migrating the healthcare system’s scientific workflow to NeuroFlow’s caseload administration software.
Starting in June, Atlantic Well being will make the most of NeuroFlow to assist grownup behavioral well being sufferers in its ACOs and Atlantic Well being System-affiliated Optimus Healthcare Companions ACOs. Within the months following, youthful sufferers shall be enrolled and the companions will launch the collaborative care program.
“As extra healthcare suppliers shift to an built-in strategy to care – placing behavioral well being on a fair airplane with bodily well being – we’re in a fantastic place to enhance the workflow of busy scientific groups who usually lack the digital infrastructure and workflow instruments to handle affected person care. We’re excited to launch at 16 websites with Atlantic Well being, with the potential to increase additional in 2024,” Adam Pardes, chief working officer at NeuroFlow, informed MobiHealthNews in an e mail.
THE LARGER TREND
In Could, NeuroFlow announced a similar partnership with Georgia-based healthcare system Emory Healthcare to scale Emory’s collaborative care mannequin in its built-in behavioral well being program and pilot a main care suicide prevention program. Sufferers of Emory would even have entry to psychotherapy content material between scheduled visits.
In October, NeuroFlow secured a $25 million growth investment, bringing its complete funding to $32 million. The prior 12 months, the corporate scored $20 million in Series B financing and $7.5 million in Series A funding.
In February, NeuroFlow was one of 10 companies to obtain funding from the Veterans Affairs for its Mission Daybreak initiative, which centered on using know-how to assist stop suicides inside the veteran inhabitants utilizing know-how.
In 2021, NeuroFlow introduced a collaboration with CirrusMD, a startup providing on-demand, text-based telehealth. CirrusMS would leverage NeuroFlow’s scientific determination assist platform, affected person engagement instruments and intervention companies.