Amwell Blog

Coronavirus: Don’t Panic, Get Informed

Around the world, the newest coronavirus outbreak has millions of people concerned about their health. Despite precautionary efforts to contain the disease, the deadly virus continues to spread within China and to other areas of the world including the U.S. So far, only five cases have been confirmed in the U.S., out of about 6,000 […]

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A Q&A on Telehealth for Mental Health with Dr. Lindsay Henderson

With one in five U.S. adults experiencing a mental illness each year, but only about half receiving treatment, it’s important that we work to increase awareness for the different options that exist for individuals seeking care. In honor of Mental Illness Awareness Week, we sat down with Lindsay Henderson, PsyD, Amwell’s Director of Psychological Services, […]

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Increasing Access to Behavioral Health Through Grant Solutions

During Mental Illness Awareness Week, you may be considering ways you can raise awareness, increase screening rates, and expand access to care in your community. Even for organizations that have extensive resources and staffing funding is often a barrier to implementing new or expanding existing tele-behavioral health programs. Here are a few funding options to […]

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Intermountain Shows Telehealth to be a Low-Cost Option for Quality Healthcare

Recently, our client Intermountain Healthcare was featured in an article in HealthLeaders. The article highlighted findings from an Intermountain study showing that total costs for the health system’s urgent care telehealth program are much less than care provided in other settings, including urgent care, primary care and emergency rooms. This study is instrumental in showcasing […]

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