SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., December 9, 2021 — Crossover Health, the leader in delivering value-based hybrid care, today published a new white paper, “Measuring Our Way to Well—A Measurement-Based Response to the Mental Health Crisis.” As the nation’s mental health crisis continues to unfold, the paper’s findings validate the clinical efficacy of a measurement-based mental health care model to improve outcomes in fewer visits and help decrease wait times. Conducted over a sixth-month period coinciding with the pandemic, the study also found Crossover to provide a better standard of mental health care than the community.
According to the white paper author and Crossover Health Mental Health Program Manager Michael Boroff, PsyD, “More than a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for clinically effective mental health services in the U.S. continues to outpace supply. Curtailing today’s mental health crisis starts with outcomes transparency— it is time to reject the lack of standardized measurement and goal-setting that has made it nearly impossible to measure progress and improve outcomes in mental health care so that people can actually start to get better.”
Key takeaways from the report include:
For more information on the value of measurement-based mental health care in achieving optimal outcomes, download the full white paper.
About Crossover Health
Crossover Health is the leader in delivering value-based hybrid care. The company’s national medical group delivers at scale, Primary Health, a proven care model driven by an interdisciplinary team inclusive of primary care, physical medicine, mental health, health coaching and care navigation. With a focus on wellbeing and prevention that extends beyond traditional sick care, Crossover builds trusted relationships with its members and flexibly surrounds them with care— in-person, online, and anytime— based on the member preference. Combining a sophisticated approach to data analytics that incorporates social determinants of health, Crossover delivers concrete results and measurable value for employers, payers, and most importantly, members. Together we are building health as it should be and engaging a community of members to live their best health. To learn more, visit crossoverhealth.com or follow us on social media @crossoverhealth.
Weber Shandwick for Crossover Health