CREDIBLEMIND FOR HEALTH SYSTEMS
Powering Mental Health And Resiliency System-Wide
Rethinking the approach to provider mental health: A more comprehensive and strategic game plan
Making Mental Health a Hospital-Wide Priority
To effectively manage the demands of their profession and better ensure the provision of quality care, mental health self-care is critical to the well-being of your providers. Creating a culture of mental health and a community of action can help reduce medical errors, burnout, and turnover rates.
Broadening Reach, Deepening Impact
With psychiatrist shortages and barriers to access, a widely available systematic provision of evidence-based self-care interventions can modify risks across the multitude of mental health determinants and strengthen coping mechanisms among providers in your organization.
Providing an Organizational Local Lens On Mental Health
Knowledge, through search and assessment data, provides a picture of areas where your providers struggle. This delivers a hospital-wide mental health profile and informs other organizational activities and events to drive improvement.
It is imperative that we focus on the mental health and well-being of our clinical staff as they face the challenges of caregiving and saving lives during these exceptionally trying times.
The system-wide Digital Hub promoting mental wellness, preventing mental illness, and intervening at the beginning of illness.
Six strategic building blocks to address mental health and well-being “upstream.”
Your organization’s branded, localized digital platform to amplify and connect, provide a supportive environment, and send a message that we care about your mental health. The easy-to-use web and mobile platform can be tweaked for populations or strategies.
As your centralized mental health site, the platform connects and integrates other local events/activities/resources for broad participation and behavior change.
Spanning more than 230 risk and protective factors across the multitude of determinants and curating 16,000+ self-care resources and evidence-based interventions.
User analytics help your organization derive meaningful insight through mental health profiles, monitoring needs, measuring behavior change over time, and informing other activities
Ongoing communication and marketing tools to help support broad usage levels and to sustain adherence system-wide.
Our team deploys, manages, and continuously updates your platform to innovate faster, scale easily, and provide security to your platform.
Number of physicians report symptoms of burnout affecting patient outcomes and satisfaction rates.
Number of physicians don’t seek mental health care due to concerns about medical licensure.
The number of hospital staff nurses saying they intend to leave their hospital jobs within one year.
Increased suicide rate among female physicians than among the general female population.
Other Posts of Interest:
California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and CredibleMind to Build Community Online Screening Application for Early Intervention, Prevention, and a Bridge to Appropriate Care
Rethink Mental Health Los Angeles and Monterey Counties will be the first to launch the next-generation comprehensive online mental health screening application to provide better access to care for residents and optimize provider availability for treatment. Berkeley,...
On Flourishing...In the field of public health, the term "upstream" is often heard. This stems from a popular parable that highlights the importance of looking at health issues from a preventative perspective. The parable, credited to Sociologist Irving Zola, goes as...
On Flourishing...CredibleMind population-based mental health platform delivers fast access to thousands of expert-rated, AI-driven resources to support emotional wellbeing and strengthen mental health OWENSBORO, KY (August 23, 2021) – The rise in mental health...
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