What You Should Know:
– Wysa’s integrated solution will now offer continuous and accessible mental health care support across the care journey for patients and providers.
– Wysa’s partnership with MyCHN follows recent launches with three leading orthopedic hospitals: the Living Well Center of Washington University at St. Louis, the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco.
Value-Based Mental Health Care
Wysa’s integrated solution will provide continuous and accessible mental health care support across the care journey for patients and providers within MyCHN. The aim is to enhance provider capacity and move towards stronger outcomes in a value-based care model. The solution acts as an anonymous solution, offering brief, evidence-based interventions to provide healthcare workers with immediate access to the right tools.
Other key benefits of the integration include:
– offers clinicians and administrators better insights into patient progress enabling better outcomes and utilization.
– anonymous support to providers, helping to address the stigma and lack of access to mental health care for healthcare workers.
– integrates directly into hospitals’ existing workflows, offering triaging, supportive programs, companion tools, and an analytics dashboard for clinician insights.
This partnership is a testament to Wysa’s commitment to providing accessible and evidence-based mental health care to underserved communities.
“Accessibility poses the greatest obstacle to patients receiving mental health care today, and that issue is only exacerbated in underserved communities due to increased barriers,” said Chaitali Sinha, Senior Vice President of Healthcare and Clinical Development at Wysa. “Digital health solutions are now enabling the health care community to traverse this gap and make accessing evidence-based care simpler. We’re excited to work with health care partners like MyCHN who are dedicated to equipping patients and providers alike with innovative and accessible mental health care.”