Array’s Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder, Dr. Jim Varrell, was featured in an executive Q&A with Bill Siwicki at Healthcare IT News discussing how hospitals, PCPs and clinicians are using telepsychiatry to tackle the mental health crisis. Topics he covers include:

  • How hospitals and primary care physicians are expanding access to mental health and addressing through telepsychiatry
  • How has virtual mental health care changed over the past 20 years?
  • What is the "webside manner" (as opposed to bedside manner) that clinicians need to provide mental healthcare online?
  • How do caregivers create the right environment for providing virtual care, for clinicians and patients alike?

Read the article here.

As many as 1 in 4 primary care visits in the U.S. are for mental health conditions. Amidst the, PCPs have been shouldering the burden of the mental health crisis. Array’s Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder, Dr. Jim Varrell, was featured in MedCity News for an article he wrote on the benefits of Collaborative Care Models for PCPs in connecting them with in-house psychiatry resources.

Read the article here.

Text: Recently, our CEO Geoffrey Boyce, cowrote an opinion piece with Ann Mond Johnson of the American Telehealth Association addressed to the governor of New Jersey. In the piece published on NJ.com, Geoffrey and Ann discuss the governor's opportunity to give permanence to temporary laws that cropped up during the pandemic. These laws created wider access to medical care for people across New Jersery and ensured that providers were paid fairly for administering care online. The ask of the open letter is simple: Gov. Phil Murphy, solidify telehealth’s legacy by signing bill S2559.

Read it here.

 

We’re excited to announce our new partnership with the Hall of Fame Behavioral Health. “Array Behavioral Care, the largest provider of telepsychiatry services in the country, will be the exclusive national telebehavioral health partner of Hall of Fame Behavioral Health under an agreement the entities announced Tuesday.” Read the press release here.

Learn more about our new partnership here.

 

If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline at 1.800.273.8255. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.