By Jan Goodson, Vice President, Business & Service Development, Centerstone It’s no surprise, the pandemic changed everything across the nation. Centerstone was no exception. What was previously considered the future of community behavioral health care instantly became the present: telehealth and virtual patient engagement went from being a growing innovation to a necessity, virtually overnight. In March, when COVID-19 hit the US and talk of national shutdowns began, Centerstone immediately initiated a transition from mostly face-to-face, clinic-based services to a primarily remote workforce and telehealth service delivery system. By the end of March . . .
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