NeuroFlow, a digital health company designed to improve collaborative care, has integrated with Epic, an electronic medical record (EMR) used by hundreds of health care providers nationwide.
As a result, NeuroFlow’s technology-enabled behavioral health integration platform is now available to healthcare providers through Epic’s App Orchard marketplace. They can use NeuroFlow to streamline clinical workflows and scale existing mental health initiatives.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, NeuroFlow enables care collaboration at scale through technology. It offers self-directed services through a consumer-facing app, which then creates user-generated data that’s report back to providers, who then use the information to guide patient treatment.
Meanwhile, Epic is used by more than 250 health care providers nationwide. It’s App Orchard is an app marketplace available to Epic members.
The goal of the integration is to help more health care providers accelerate their efforts to integrate behavioral and physical health care “by facilitating reimbursement for collaborative care codes and optimizing value-based contracts,” according to a press release announcing the news.
While the integration is still fresh, it could be indicative of where the health care industry is going, with more providers working to marry physical and behavioral health data to improve clinical decision-making and care.