Get patients the support they need with Amwell’s
acute telebehavioral health solution.
Health systems can close gaps in care to deliver timely treatment
With virtual care delivery, health systems can:
Address psychiatric shortages
60% of U.S. counties have no practicing psychiatrists, greatly affecting health systems’ ability to see and treat patients.1
Increase ED throughput
Psychiatric patients experience significantly longer waiting and boarding times than other patients in the ED, lowering ED throughput for all.2
Avoid costly transfers
In the absence of a psychiatrist on site, some EDs must ultimately transfer patients to other hospitals for treatment, costing them money and affecting the timeliness of care delivery.
Amwell’s Acute Behavioral Health solution can help you overcome these barriers and provide high‑quality, acute behavioral telehealthcare.Discover How
- 1The Silent Shortage, New American Economy, October 2017
- 2Boarding of Mentally Ill Patients in Emergency Departments, Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2019
“By combining virtual assessments with ED physician consultations, BHP has been able to decrease inpatient admission rate to closer to 40% [compared to the 60% national average].”
— Rebecca Foster, Director of Operations for BHPDownload Case Study
Amwell’s Acute Telebehavioral Health Module is an end‑to‑end solution
Playbook for Success
The Amwell Acute Behavioral Health Module packages together best practices and expertise that complement our Hospital software. Amwell Hospital telehealth software gives you access to collaborative tools, configurable acute behavioral health workflows, and reporting for acute telebehavioral health metrics.
Telemedicine carts bring the remote provider to patients in psychiatric distress. From easy mobility to enhanced far‑end camera control, our carts allow remote psychiatrists to provide seamless, high‑quality care.
Amwell Psychiatric Care
Amwell Psychiatric Care, backed by 20 years of psychiatric expertise, provides licensed staff to handle crisis management in high‑acuity settings and deliver telepsychiatry care when and where it’s needed most.