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Behavioral Health Business Article: Inside Behavioral Healthcare’s Remote Patient Monitoring Opportunity

  In September 2022, Ksana Health founders, Dr. Nick Allen and Will Short are quoted in an industry article highlighting the opportunistic role of remote patient monitoring (RPM) in behavioral health. Ideas...

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What We Lose When We Exclude Continuous Behavioral Measurement in Clinical Research & Practice?

Health condition detection and care are only as good as their measurability against a baseline over time. Mental and behavioral health measurement has traditionally been taken with self-reported surveys and validated scales,...

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How Continuous Behavioral Health Measurement Enhances Real-world Data & Evidence

Continuous Behavioral Health Measurement is an emergent opportunity to produce richer real-world data & evidence.  Real-world data and evidence have been defined by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and its...

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White Paper: Introduction to Continuous Behavioral Health Measurement & Intervention

For many years, mental and behavioral health care providers have effectively used surveys and validated scales to measure mental health status. These scales, like the PHQ-9 and GAD-7, have wide usage. A...

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Healing Mental Health with Technology | The Lindsey Elmore Show

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The underdiscussed upsides of screen time for kids

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Addressing the Youth Mental Health Crisis Requires an Urgent Shift in Focus

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Second Nature?

Health monitoring, remote therapy and predictive AI have emerged to combat the growing mental health crisis —but too much tech is part of the problem.

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A New Level of Measurement-Based Care

What is measurement-based care?   Measurement-based care is a practice of basing clinical care on client data collected during treatment1. This data can be collected in various ways, but historically measurement-based care in...

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The Opportunity for Innovation in Behavioral Health in 2022

In December, The New York Times asked 1,320 mental health professionals to share how their patients are doing as the United States moves into the third year of the pandemic. The responses...

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