Greenspace reduces the duration of mental health claims and acute service utilization. In addition, improved results from therapy reduce the overall cost associated with a mental health diagnosis.
Co-ordinate how patients are referred and matched into treatment. Greenspace improves clinical assessment and leverages data to predict a better match.
Provide faster access to care, engage members in their own treatment process and increase the likelihood of a successful result.
For most health plans, there is limited coordination or control over how members access therapy. This entry-point into the system is crucial in ensuring that individuals receive the right care in a timely manner. Greenspace uses clinical data and a proprietary algorithm to triage each referral.
89% average improvement in clinical symptoms through 3 months.
8 days to a booked appointment for 93% of members.
83% member engagement with the program.
Greenspace offers an evidence based platform that enables healthcare providers to deliver a higher quality of care. This model is proven to drive better treatment outcomes, while improving the patient experience and generating valuable aggregate data for health plans.
Greenspace allows providers to easily track progress and better involve members in their treatment, which research has shown to dramatically improve outcomes.
It is crucial that providers are able to collaborate with shared information. Integration between primary care and mental health leads to better treatment results.
Each member completes a dynamic intake assessment to ensure that their symptoms are correctly identified, and to give providers access to meaningful baseline information prior to the first session.
Both treatment providers and health plans have visibility into clinical results. Understand impact across your network, identify needs and make more informed decisions.
Greenspace has been developed out of research that identifies patient-therapist matching as the strongest predictor of improvement in mental health therapy. In addition, factors such as effective measurement, early intervention and improved collaboration generate a significantly positive impact for patients.