Addressing Suicide Risk with Virtual Care

In light of the growing mental health crisis and ongoing provider shortage, virtual care offers an important pathway for treating higher-severity cases, including patients with suicidal ideation. But questions remain–is it safe, is it effective, and can it scale?

  • Discover how our current mental health crisis is leaving those with mild-to-moderate mental health needs behind
  • Explore what peer-reviewed research suggests about those with suicidal ideation who receive treatment at Brightside Health
  • Learn what’s needed to make virtual care an effective treatment for severe and high-acuity cases – and why not all virtual care is created the same
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