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Universal Screening one child at a time

Universal Screening, One Child at a Time

By Education, Health, Screening

1 in 5 youth aged 13 to 18 have or will develop a serious mental illness in their lifetime. 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.

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Your Patient is Someone’s Student: The Convergence of Healthcare and Education

By Behavioural Health, Digital Empathy, Education, Mental Health

Digital Empathy and the Convergence of Healthcare and Education Anxiety, depression, and suicide rates, already rising pre-pandemic, are significantly increased amongst our youngest.  As things like anxiety and depression take root in a child, their academic performance and socialization skills also suffer. This has the likelihood to have far-reaching economic and…

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Digital Empathy: A better way to identify social determinant and mental health issues

By Digital Empathy, Health

This two-part blog series explores themes from several recent podcast and video interviews held with Start Up Health, Passionate Pioneers, and Divurgent. I will explore potential flaws in traditional patient interviewing and surveying processes; how healthcare and education organizations are rethinking the way they collect information from individuals; and how they can more effectively…

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Digital HCAHPS improves response rates and reduces administrative costs

By Digital Empathy

Digital HCAHPS Improves Response Rates: Collecting patient experience data is critical for better health outcomes, yet organizations struggle to accurately collect this information because traditional surveying and screening tools are unable to adapt to the unique needs of respondents, resulting in biases. Furthermore, the inability to recognize individual cultural requirements…

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