TAO for Health Systems & Hospitals

Value-based care is driving health systems and hospitals to take a holistic approach to population management strategies.

Behavioral Health Issues Have a Direct Correlation on Costs & Outcomes

  • 18% of adults in the US have a mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder
  • 60% of patients who have a chronic physical illness also suffer from depression and anxiety
  • At U.S. hospitals, about 13% of mental health discharges are readmitted within 30 days
  • Mental illness treatment accounts for $80 billion of total health spending
  • Mental health and substance use disorders are the leading causes of disease burden in the U.S.
  • Among comparable countries, the U.S. has the highest rate of death from mental health and substance abuse disorders
  • 4 in 10 Americans know someone who has been addicted to prescription painkillers
  • At U.S. hospitals,10% of substance use discharges are readmitted within 30 days
  • Cost is the most commonly reported barrier to using mental health services

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation, Peterson Kaiser Health System Tracker,  Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, National Inpatient Sample

Increase Access - Drive Engagement - Improve Outcomes

TAO empowers your patients to be engaged in their therapy after discharge, while simultaneously providing your clinicians with real-time data analytics and reporting on the patient’s well-being, utilization, and overall satisfaction.

Increase Patient

  • Compliance 
  • Engagement 
  • Accountability 
  • Well-Being

Improve Continuum of Care

  • Understanding Patient Behavior
  • Measuring Progress & Outcome
  • Patient Satisfaction
  • Provider Capacity

Real Results

We benchmarked outcomes for 700 patients treated with TAO at 15 mental health clinics with a published study of outcomes for 25 mental health clinics. Patients treated with TAO had more improvement than patients in traditional therapy on several scales.

Comparison study:  
Owen, J.J., Adelson, J., Budge, S., Kopta, S.M., Reese, R. J., (2014).  Good-enough level and dose-effect models: Variation among outcomes and therapists. Psychotherapy Research: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10503307.2014.966346 

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