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Actions to Drive Value in Behavioral Healthcare and Create Greater Access to Care

Expand Virtual Options

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Address Workforce Through Alternative Care Models

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Deploy Support Personnel

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Offer Services in Schools & Community Clinics

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Consider Partnerships

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Reduce Cost Structure

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Reduce the cost structure for behavioral health services and total episode costs through care redesign that improves quality. Explore revenue cycle opportunities to ensure appropriate billing.

Deploy nonclinical personnel (e.g., peer recovery specialists, case managers) to support care transitions and clinical staff.

Offer services through schools and community mental health clinics to better meet children’s needs. A prime example is the partnership between the Charleston-based Medical University of South Carolina and schools to expand mental health services.

Expand virtual health offerings with long-term sustainability in mind to increase access while reducing underutilized real estate holdings that may be expensive.

Offer services through schools and community mental health clinics to better meet children’s needs. A prime example is the partnership between the Charleston-based Medical University of South Carolina and schools to expand mental health services.

Gauge the degree of workforce relief possible through alternative care models; tailor recruitment and investments accordingly.

Consider partnerships and align investments to increase inpatient and outpatient services when need exists but the organization lacks capabilities to deliver.