In the first six months after starting addiction disorder treatment using the Pear Therapeutics reSET prescription digital therapeutic (PDT) device, people had a $3,591 reduction in per-person costs, compared to the six-month period before they started treatment. In a six-month study that included 101 adults treated with reSET, their hospital encounters were 50% lower. The number of inpatient stays was 56% lower, the number needing partial hospitalization dropped by 57%, and emergency department visits were 45% lower. The reSET PDT is a software application intended to provide cognitive behavioral therapy, as an adjunct to a contingency . . .
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