Join us on February 16th at 11:00AM PST for a webinar on how a successful strengths-based universal screening, brief intervention and referral to services (SBIRT) program has helped school districts identify students in need of support and streamline services to improve efficiency and outcomes.
Data is only as powerful as its accuracy and when poor quality data is collected, results are compromised. Current means of collecting information, such as paper-based surveys or generic digital surveys, show low completion rates and a lack of meaningful data.
Reclaiming Futures, along with Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), and King County Best Start for Kids have published a new School-Based Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SB-SBIRT) Playbook.
School-based Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SB-SBIRT) is a methodology used in early prevention for students prior to the development of a substance use disorder, and it now considered a strategy for mental health screening and management.
Globally, healthcare organizations are transforming their care delivery models to more personalized, preventative, and integrated care. This aligns with the shift to value-based care which encourages patients to be active participants in their care journey.
In this podcast episode, as part of StartUp Health’s Health Moonshot series, Dr. Sandy Whitehouse dives into the world of children’s health with hosts Logan Plaster and India Edwards.
Tickit Health, a global provider of person reported data collection solutions based on Digital Empathy, is pleased to announce that it has interfaced its platform with the Cerner Electronic Health Record at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network in Sydney, Australia.