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Medicaid and vulnerable populations are particularly impacted by the lack of access to behavioral health services and an estimated 9 million Medicaid adults have been diagnosed with mental illness, over 3 million have a substance use disorder (SUD), and nearly 1.8 have both; Medicaid spending for behavioral health patients is 4x higher than normal, and behavioral health Medicaid patients account for a disproportionate share of unnecessary ED visits.

Behavioral health access includes the following capabilities:

  • Increasing Access & Capacity for Behavioral Health
  • Tele-Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Services
  • Telemental Services
  • Peer Support Services
  • On-demand Behavioral Health Services
  • Driving Clinical Innovation for Behavioral Health
  • Behavioral Health Screening
  • Behavioral Health Integration
  • ED-based Mental Health Interventions
  • ED-based Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Interventions


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EHR Platforms for Behavioral Health

Substance Use Disorder Support Apps for Patients

Apps that typically integrate therapy, coaching, medication, and support to help individuals with substance use disorder to reduce or prevent relapse.

Emergency Department Based Behavioral Health Interventions

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is widely considered the gold standard for treating addiction.

Tele-MAT

Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) via Telemedicine. Solutions that provide virtual access to high-quality MAT treatment networks, including waivered providers, behavioral health services, mail-order pharmacy, and other services that support MAT delivery.

Safe Opioid Prescribing or Alternative Pain Management for Substance Use

Pain management strategies can be effective in managing pain, especially when incorporated in a multimodal approach to treatment that emphasizes a whole-person approach to care. In some cases, these approaches can even obviate the need for medications.

Trauma-Informed Care

School-based Behavioral health Services

School-based services place support services and trained behavioral health providers, including psychologists, social workers, and nurses, into the school environment to meet children and adolescents.

Peer, Group, or Family-oriented Behavioral Health Care

Peer-supported care is a condition-agnostic model providing long-term benefits. The goal is for individuals to become empowered by learning to manage their conditions and share that empowerment with others.

Pediatric and Adolescent Treatment for Substance Use

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, early drug use is a critical factor in the development of a substance use disorder (SUD) later in life: the majority of individuals with an SUD began using before age 18 and had their SUD by age 20\. Chil

Behavioral Health Navigation and Care Management

Navigation and Care Management models help patients navigate throughout the care continuum, including health system and community-based services, through the support and guidance of a care manager.

Behavioral Health Coaches

Behavioral Health Coaches are individuals who are trained to coach and provide health education to assist patients in motivation, behavior change, treatment plan adherence, community resource connections, and navigation support.

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Medicaid and vulnerable populations are particularly impacted by the lack of access to behavioral health services and an estimated 9 million Medicaid adults have been diagnosed with mental illness, over 3 million have a substance use disorder (SUD), and nearly 1.8 have both; Medicaid spending for behavioral health patients is 4x higher than normal, and behavioral health Medicaid patients account for a disproportionate share of unnecessary ED visits.

Behavioral health access includes the following capabilities:

  • Increasing Access & Capacity for Behavioral Health
  • Tele-Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Services
  • Telemental Services
  • Peer Support Services
  • On-demand Behavioral Health Services
  • Driving Clinical Innovation for Behavioral Health
  • Behavioral Health Screening
  • Behavioral Health Integration
  • ED-based Mental Health Interventions
  • ED-based Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Interventions


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Avia Summary

  • Behavioral Health is a popular category with 238 products in AVIA Marketplace

  • There are 176 verified clients including academic medical centers, accountable care organizations, pediatric facilities and clients with rural presence using a Behavioral Health solution at their organization

  • Popular Behavioral Health resources are Top Digital Behavioral Health Companies Report and A Buyer’s Guide to Digital Behavioral Health

  • Subcategories of Behavioral Health includes Treatment for Co-occuring Disorders, EHR Platforms for Behavioral Health, Pediatric Focused Behavioral Health, On-Demand Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Support Apps for Patients

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Behavioral Health Overview

238 products

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48 products

With AMC Clients

46 products

With ACO Clients

33 products

With Rural Clients

25 products

With Pediatric Clients

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Behavioral Health Subcategories

11 Products

EHR Platforms for Behavioral Health

13 Products

Pediatric Focused Behavioral Health

43 Products

On-Demand Behavioral Health

9 Products

Substance Use Disorder Support Apps for Patients

12 Products

Behavioral Health Management Programs

55 Products

Behavioral Health Screening, Measurement, & Triage Tools

27 Products

Mental Health Network Extension & Management Tools

63 Products

Behavioral Health Self-Guided Tools

22 Products

Behavioral Health Integration

6 Products

Emergency Department Based Behavioral Health Interventions

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Behavioral Health Subcategories

11 Products

Tele-MAT

3 Products

Safe Opioid Prescribing or Alternative Pain Management for Substance Use

1 Products

Trauma-Informed Care

3 Products

School-based Behavioral health Services

12 Products

Peer, Group, or Family-oriented Behavioral Health Care

1 Products

Pediatric and Adolescent Treatment for Substance Use

11 Products

Mental Health Care Coordination

26 Products

Health Homes

4 Products

Coordinated Social Service Networks

8 Products

Behavioral Health Navigation and Care Management

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Behavioral Health Subcategories

12 Products

Behavioral Health Coaches

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Behavioral Health Screening, Measurement, & Triage Tools

In general, mental health screening tools provide insight but fail to help providers connect patients with the appropriate care. A range of tools exist to support providers in better screening and triaging mental health patients. Screening tools that include embedded decision support to help non-mental health providers direct patients to the right care are especially helpful.

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Behavioral Health Self-Guided Tools

Patient engagement drops off between visits, leaving patients unwell and providers blind to progress or issues. Digital technologies that provide on-demand cognitive and behavioral therapy (e.g. videos) help patients receive the treatment they need without direct provider interaction. The technology collects clinical and usage data from participants that providers can then use to tailor appropriate self-care modules for individual patients. The technology algorithm itself can even generate these modules. By providing immediate access to evidence-based care, health systems can improve wait times, reduce costs, and increase recovery rates.

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Behavioral Health Integration

Integration has broad applicability across diverse populations, care settings, and geographies (i.e., urban, rural). BHI requires coordination of multiple elements across a healthcare delivery system, including infrastructure, communication platforms, and payment systems. Examples of BHI models with demonstrated success include the IMPACT care model, Collaborative Care Management Model (CoCM), and the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model.

Maternal and Infant Health: Between 5% and 25% of pregnant and postpartum parents experience some type of depression. Integrating behavioral health with OB/GYN, and primary care services, either physically or through digital modalities, enables more efficient behavioral health care delivery and allows for timely consults and/or patient screening/triaging across the pregnancy continuum.

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Emergency Department Based Behavioral Health Interventions

It combines counseling, behavioral therapies, and the use of FDA-approved medication (methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone) and can be deployed in a variety of settings, including the emergency department (ED), which is a critical intervention point for individuals with a substance use disorder (SUD). ED interventions can be applied to those who arrive due to overdose, those specifically seeking treatment, or those presenting for a different condition but identified as needing SUD-specific treatment via screening.

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Safe Opioid Prescribing or Alternative Pain Management for Substance Use

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Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma-informed care recognizes the impact of psychological trauma stemming from an event, situation, or life circumstance on overall behavioral health, including mental health and substance use. Trauma-informed care incorporates trauma-based practices into a patient’s behavioral health treatment plan and at the point of first response.

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School-based Behavioral health Services

Comprehensive school-based services include behavioral health promotion and prevention programming, screenings, at-school treatment, and intervention triage for students with more intensive needs. Health systems can support school-based services by providing clinicians (both in-person and through telehealth appointments) or provide training and education for providers employed by the school.

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Peer, Group, or Family-oriented Behavioral Health Care

A common form of peer-supported care is through support groups facilitated by an individual who has the condition or has recovered, a licensed provider in an office setting, or an online facilitator.

Behavioral Health: Peer-supported care is considered an evidence-based intervention for people with serious mental illness or substance use disorder in which certified peers support counselors help people in recovery. Online peer communities can be particularly valuable to those with behavioral health conditions due to the difficulty fo accessing services due to social factors (e.g., transportation), as well as the stigma associated with behavioral health conditions

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Pediatric and Adolescent Treatment for Substance Use

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Coordinated Social Service Networks

Patients are referred to the community network by a prescribing clinician and, in some arrangements, reimbursable. The Community Network can include services such as community-based organizations, short-term in-home services, caregiver support and education, and more.

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Behavioral Health Navigation and Care Management

In these programs, care managers are responsible for a subset of patient populations helping them find providers, attend appointments, manage medications, and participate in care plans. Care management programs commonly stratify patients by condition, disease severity, or demographics such as age or socioeconomic status.

Emergency Department: ED care navigators work exclusively with patients in the ED setting. Navigators are alerted in real-time by triggers embedded in the EMR to intervene at the bedside when the patient has minor conditions or lacks a personal PCP. Beyond establishing a PCP, navigators also help connect patients with resources such as transportation, housing or medication.

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Behavioral Health Coaches

Health coaches are typically employed by health system partner organizations (i.e., community organization, payor) and liaise between patients, medical teams, and community resources.

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