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Tridiuum, the premier provider of digital behavioral health solutions, is accelerating improved outcomes and reduced costs by reimagining how behavioral healthcare is delivered. The company’s flagship platform, Tridiuum ONE, combines nearly 20 years of behavioral health research and clinical expertise with cutting-edge technology to power behavioral health operations and workflows in a way that advances patient outcomes. It is proven to identify behavioral conditions faster, accelerate access to care, engage patients, and deliver vital treatment progress tracking. The scalable technology also integrates seamlessly with most electronic health records and health IT software. More than 1,600 clinical facilities use the Tridiuum ONE platform, with more than 5,000 behavioral health providers using it to advance treatment for more than 10,500 patients every day.
To learn more, visit www.tridiuum.com.
How is your company advancing home care medicine?
We view this as an opportunity to serve an important sector of the patient demographic that is facing a higher risk of complications of mental health issues resulting from polychronic health conditions. As Home Care Medicine becomes more mainstream and the realization of how Mental Health affects patient outcomes and total cost of care, the need for this platform becomes increasingly more essential in the home care medicine toolkit. The Tridiuum ONE assessment quickly provides a means to identify mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
What is something people may not know about your company?
Tridiuum by the numbers. In 2019 alone, Tridiuum supported more than 1.7 million visits across 564,000 patients. Tridiuum identified over 58,000 patients with moderate to high risk for suicide and over 37,000 patients who risked doing harm to others. Within the broader patient population, 58% screened positive for depression, 48% presented with anxiety, 22% used alcohol or drugs, and 20% had PTSD. This type of population health data is provided to our Healthcare partners in real time to help inform rapid, actionable insights.
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