SilverCloud Health launches family mental health suite; Juno Health adds clinical tech

SilverCloud Health, a digital mental health platform vendor now part of telehealth player Amwell, has unveiled a six-course program suite at HIMSS22 featuring programs, content, interactive tools and videos aimed at addressing family mental health, in direct response to needs from the COVID-19 pandemic and recent global events, the company said.

“The pandemic, coupled with global times of uncertainty, has put an immense amount of pressure on almost all families. Yet there is an alarming lack of effective, accessible solutions available today that address the needs for the whole family,” said Ken Cahill, general manager of SilverCloud Health.

The importance of seeking help

“Resources are needed now more than ever as households across the U.S. struggle as a result of the global pandemic,” he continued. “With the introduction of our Family Support Suite, participants will learn about the importance of seeking help, setting goals and self-care, all while building strong support networks in an effort to establish long-lasting, positive results.”

The new family programs, tools and videos were piloted through California’s MemorialCare, an integrated primary and behavioral healthcare provider.

“Family care is incredibly important to us and a key part of our brand, and to see SilverCloud Health tackle the initiative of providing family mental health resources was something we wanted to make sure we were a part of,” said Dr. Mark Schafer, CEO of MemorialCare Medical Group. “On top of addressing this need, SilverCloud Health’s approach to helping our patients build the skill sets they need to achieve success long after the program is over is critically important.”

The programs being launched include Space for Early Parenting, Supporting an Anxious Child, Supporting an Anxious Teen, Space from Anxiety for Teens, Space from Depression for Teens, and Space from Depression and Anxiety for Teens. These programs are delivered digitally, helping to also improve access to care for those in need, the company said.

HIMSS 2022 attendees can visit SilverCloud at Amwell’s Booth 3109.

New clinical offerings

Juno Health, the commercial division of digital health vendor DSS, has introduced a comprehensive suite of new healthcare systems and product enhancements.

With the goal of reimagining healthcare technology from the clinician’s perspective, Juno Health’s new systems and services provide seamless access through human-centered design – making health IT more user friendly – the company said.

From new Juno EHR-optimized clinical documentation workflows and configuration enhancements to new offerings in population health, virtual care, revenue cycle optimization, ambulatory and data migration, this is the most significant expansion of the Juno Health division of DSS.

“Our vision is to help providers, clinicians and nurses have more time to spend with patients – as opposed to dealing with cumbersome technologies,” said Dr. John Ciccone, chief medical officer at Juno Health. “All of our new solutions are highly intuitive, easy to maintain and aim to bring the human element back to healthcare.”

New EHR product enhancements

With a user experience designed by clinicians for clinicians, Juno EHR is an open web platform and cloud-hosted EHR. New Juno EHR product enhancements include the Clinical Action Center, the Clin Doc optimized clinical documentation workflow, ProDash for all patient base information and clinical indicators for items requiring immediate focus, and simplified configuration.

Juno Health also is introducing new population health, point of care and quality measures, ambulatory, chronic care management, and revenue cycle optimization offerings.

Juno Health is at HIMSS 2022 in Booth 1521.

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