Healthcare systems and individual hospitals can evaluate their very own metrics against industry data to evaluate cost and revenue implications of an investment in on-demand telepsychiatry.
InSight + Regroup Begins Offering Customized ROI Assessments to Help Healthcare Systems Measure Financial Impact of On-Demand Telepsychiatry
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Over the last week racial events have triggered raw emotion across the country.
At InSight + Regroup we have zero tolerance for injustice, discrimination or racism. We take a stand for removing the structural barriers that impact Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Systemic racism exists within the healthcare system and within the communities and patient populations we serve. Black individuals are more likely to experience serious mental illness and more likely to receive inadequate treatment. We must do better.
We support Black voices and outcries against inequality. We want to play an active role in improvement.
As an organization that employs mental health professionals and serves hundreds of communities across the country, we must actively work to break down the health disparities within Black communities that make access to care inequitable.
We must do our part to learn, listen and examine our personal and systemic biases that make their way into treatment and into who has access to that mental health care.
We must examine our own operations and areas our organization is falling short.
We are asking our clinicians to acknowledge the historical, sociocultural, and individual factors that influence the care they deliver.
We are imploring our team to listen empathically to one another, to examine our personal blind spots to root out ways we maintain inequality, and to check-in on one another.
We are asking everyone to take time to learn and have assembled some clinician-recommended resources.
We advocate for a positive change in our country, and we appreciate what you do as well.
Chief Executive Officer
InSight + Regroup
Did you know that InSight + Regroup also offers therapists? While psychiatric prescribers are our primary niche, we also have a team of therapists who can support on-demand, scheduled and in-home applications of telebehavioral health. These clinicians include licensed clinical social workers and counselors who can work in collaboration with your onsite clinicians or with other InSight + Regroup telehealth clinicians.
Content last updated on June 30, 2020
In a world changing faster than we ever thought possible, the regulations surrounding telepsychiatry are evolving at lightning speed. The demand for telehealth service has exploded in recent weeks and it is imperative to know the rules and regulations as organizations rapidly adapt to this form of care. Below is a brief highlight of the most relevant policies impacting the telepsychiatry industry today. We will continue to update this post in the coming weeks as the situation evolves.
The spread of the COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, is upending daily life around the globe. On March 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus to be a pandemic. To date, there have been over 220,000 cases worldwide, with more than 9,000 deaths reported. There are now widespread mandatory closings and travel restrictions, and many major events have been cancelled or postponed.
In response, healthcare organizations are seeking ways to provide safe, uninterrupted care to patients while meeting new behavioral needs brought on by psychological trauma. The stresses of quarantine and anxiety about the illness can lead to serious mental health concerns, creating ripple effects that will be felt for months to come.
By providing care virtually through telepsychiatry, organizations can respond rapidly to patients’ mental health needs and free up in-house clinicians and resources to address escalating medical needs in the wake of the outbreak. Recent legislative updates are paving the way for increased use of telepsychiatry to meet these needs as the coronavirus spreads. Here’s how your organization can effectively prepare.
Chicago, IL – David Cohn, Founder and CEO of Regroup Telehealth, was recently named one of the National Peace Corps Association’s 40 Under 40.
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InSight + Regroup is honored to be named as one of the top tech companies in Chicago. Regroup Telehealth was founded in 2011 and recently merged with InSight Telepsychiatry to become the largest telepsychiatry service provider in the United States and the only organization delivering behavioral health services across the continuum of care.
PHILADELPHIA, PA / CHICAGO, IL, Dec. 10, 2019 - InSight Telepsychiatry and Regroup Telehealth have completed a merger agreement to become the largest and most comprehensive telepsychiatry service provider in the U.S.
The merger between InSight and Regroup brings together a robust network of providers and an impressive group of clinical and executive leaders with extensive experience and expertise across different care settings and patient populations for underserved individuals and communities. This joint effort will allow for increased delivery of mental health services across the country in response to a nationwide shortage of specialists coupled with a rising need for behavioral health services.
Regroup recently presented at Zoom's user conference, Zoomtopia 2019. As part of a healthcare panel, Regroup's own Medical Director and SVP of Behavioral Health, Dr. Hossam Mahmoud discussed best practices for building, integrating and expanding telehealth solutions during a session titled: Taking your Telehealth program to Warp Speed.
Illinois is First State to Require Coverage of Collaborative Care Codes
Originally published in Psychiatric News by the American Psychiatric Association:
Illinois’ new collaborative care law is a powerful example of the impressive impact that close collaboration between APA and its district branches and state associations can bring for physicians and patients. Last month, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law SB 2085, Coverage of the Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model. The language includes APA’s model legislation, requiring private insurers and Medicaid in Illinois to cover collaborative care CPT codes. With the strong support of the Illinois Psychiatric Society (IPS), Illinois is now the first state in the nation to enact a law requiring the coverage of collaborative care codes that will increase access to mental health care for patients in primary care settings.