Plan members sit on waitlists because there aren’t enough therapists.
We open up your workforce options so that members get off waitlists and get the help they need.
Health plans are paying huge fines for not providing access to mental health care within the terms of their contracts.
Helps you meet your RFP mandates, and meet your HEDIS measure goals in all 6 domains.
Employers are frustrated that their employees aren’t getting the mental healthcare they’re paying for.
Employers and plan members are happier because better care means better performance in the workplace.
Health plans with direct behavioral health programs in communities
Health plans that contract with providers and provider networks to deliver care
Health plans and providers who provide Medicare and Medicaid services
For decades, the main positions associate-level clinicians have filled are with agencies and organizations who work with some of the most challenging populations to treat.
If they can be trusted to treat those with severe mental illness, co-occuring disorders, and work in environments with minimal resources, they can thrive in hospitals, clinics, and private practices — especially when the alternative for your members are waitlists and emergency rooms.
Associate level therapists graduate already having worked hundreds of hours in supervised practicums and internships. They have experience, though they’re working toward the level of experience of licensed clinicians.
But that’s what clinical supervision does. It helps those looking to refine their clinical skills. Clinical supervisors review cases and provide guidance and feedback on clinical, ethical, and administrative situations.
therapists graduate every year with Masters degrees
state that it was because of inadequate pay and difficulty finding positions
will leave the field before they qualify for licensure
say it was because of a bad fit
1200+ vetted, qualified clinical supervisors with a number of specializations are ready to meet program needs.
Documentation and communication happens on one HIPAA-compliant platform.
The program is flexible and low-risk. You can start with a few associate therapists in certain communities and scale your program when you see success.
State regulations for every license track are monitored by our compliance department and they alert you when there are changes to compliance.
We’ll work with you to promote our services to your network providers, so they can expand their offerings in their communities without straining their current resources.
We work with health plan partners to provide and promote funding resources and scholarships to associate therapists working in Mental Health Shortage Areas to pay for their virtual clinical supervision and other needs.