We empower physicians to meet quality care guidelines, to manage costs, and be reimbursed for time and expense.
New Tools for Increased Demands
For physicians and healthcare systems to deliver value-based care to patients, they must screen for, diagnose and offer treatments for behavioral disorders.
In delivering those services, the same processes used in treatment of physical disorders must be applied. Physicians must screen properly, diagnose correctly, and recommend appropriate mental health treatment.
Until now, for many physicians, the ability to follow a reliable protocol has been very difficult. They’ve lacked proper tools to screen for behavioral disorders, track outcomes, coordinate care, and bill for their services.
Nview’s solutions empower physicians to meet quality care guidelines for mental health, to manage costs, and be adequately reimbursed for their time and expense.
Nview’s Cloud-Based Delivery Platform
Nview’s cloud-based delivery platform:
- Is a HIPAA-compliant solution, available on any web-enabled device, including mobile tablets and smart phones;
- Allows screens, interviews, and outcome measurement trackers to be administered in the office or at home through end-to-end encrypted email;
- Sends an automated notification to physicians for patients who are having suicidal thoughts, impulses, plans, intent, and suicidal hallucinations and behaviors;
- Sends patient results directly to the physician’s site using a variety of methods;
- Allows for data to be quickly and easily loaded into Electronic Medical Records (EMRs);
- Automates audit trails for compliance with quality measure requirements for Risk-Based Practices / ACOs;
- Integrates behavioral health into the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model.
Impact of Regulatory Changes
The Accountable Care Act (ACA) provides one of the healthcare industry’s largest expansions of mental health and substance use disorder coverage.
In addition to new protections built on the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (MHPAEA), the ACA expands mental health and substance use disorder benefits and federal parity protections to an estimated 62 million Americans.