Home Mental Health Services
Improve Outcomes and Costs
Almost 60% of all mental illness in the U.S. is treated in primary care settings. Yet many primary care physicians (PCPs) report that they struggle to provide the most appropriate behavioral health resources.
Adequate assessment and treatment of behavioral health issues requires more time with the patient than many doctors or nurse practitioners are able to spend. Providers who recognize the potential for a behavioral health concern in their patients can now refer to Inpathy or receive consult on difficult cases with a remote team of experts. With Inpathy, primary care providers are able to streamline workflows and balance heavy workloads while improving outcomes and costs.
Whether you’re a PCP, office manager or referral coordinator, you can refer a patient to an Inpathy provider with full confidence. Inpathy offers a seamless care transition with Care Navigators who reach out to referred patients, determine the appropriate provider type, assist with scheduling sessions and track contact. Inpathy also creates a report of referred patients’ activity and follows up with the referring organization on a regular basis.
Inpathy eliminates the traditional barriers to care, such as distance and availability, with at-home mental health services. We provide behavioral health resources for primary care patients by providing access to psychiatric services is simplified with an online connection that is convenient and appropriate. Finding the right provider is a vital component of successful treatment that supports and improves your patient’s physical health goals.
Primary Care Behavioral Health Services
At Inpathy we can provide many different types of home mental health care services that allow patients quite a few benefits including:
- Improve compliance and treat the whole person
- Increase daily consumer caseload
- Increase appropriate treatment, prescriptions
- Treat issues early on for better outcomes, lower costs
- Treat comorbidity
- Engage patients in their health
Providers who recognize the potential for a behavioral health concern in their patients can now refer to Inpathy or receive consult on difficult cases with a remote team of experts.