Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska wanted to expand access to its pediatric psychiatrists across the rural communities of Nebraska and Iowa.
The health system designed a telehealth program that allowed it to treat new and existing psychiatry patients remotely for all conditions typically seen in outpatient clinics: depression, anxiety, ADHD and autism.
Read the case study to learn how:
- The program helped reduce follow-up no-show rates by 50%
- Children’s established relationships with PCP clinics across Nebraska and Iowa
- Psychiatrists put in place the right procedures to prescribe and adjust controlled substances via telehealth
- Telehealth saved a psychiatrist 26 hours of windshield time per week