Mental Health Services

The mental health market is defined as treatment services for mental and emotional health and psychiatric care for individuals of all ages. Mental health services are provided by a wide array of professionals, including certified counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologists, and social workers. The mental health market is facing new challenges – continued cost pressures on Medicare, Medicaid, and government programs; a shift to value-based care financing models; increased consolidation of health systems; and a push towards tech-enabled, consumer-led interventions. While these challenges may seem immense, the mental health market has experienced numerous shifts over the years from the move to managed care to increased community-based care. Organizations that can adapt to these changes are most likely to succeed.

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Symphony Care Network Launches New Serenata Long-Term Care Mental Health Service

Long-term care provider organization Symphony Care Network launched the Serenata Geropsychiatric Care program, a new in-house geriatric mental health service line, for residents of its 30 facilities in the Midwest. Serenata will focus on identifying and treating symptoms of dementia and other neurological issues that may affect resident behaviors. Serenata Geropsychiatric Care is led by… Read

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