Commonwealth Pain and Spine Partners with NeuroFlow to Support Behavioral Health of Patients During COVID-19 and Beyond.
May 27, 2020 - Commonwealth Pain and Spine, a leading pain management practice with a dozen locations throughout Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois serving roughly 25,000 patients, announces a partnership with NeuroFlow, a mental health technology company, to increase clinical access to data and drive better patient outcomes by delivering holistic, measurement-based care.
NeuroFlow’s mobile and web-based application, which closes the costly and harmful gap between physical and mental health, will be deployed across the organization. Commonwealth Pain and Spine clinicians will be able to use patient-generated insights based on mood scores, pain ratings, sleep habits, and journals to help track progress and adjust treatment plans in real-time. With NeuroFlow’s secure mobile app, patients can access evidence-based tools and resources from home, allowing them to stay engaged with their overall wellness.
“This technology streamlines our workflow and enhances the way we engage with and ultimately care for our patient population,” said Dr. S. Kyle Young. “Commonwealth Pain and Spine is proud to join the NeuroFlow network and to offer a much needed resource that can directly support the behavioral health of our patients during this very challenging time.”
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, pain management practices have moved to digitize operations, offering their services remotely to offset the decline of elective procedures and office visits. Commonwealth Pain and Spine responded quickly and within ten days was able to integrate the technology into thel clinical workflow. According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, roughly 45% of adults in the U.S. reported that their mental health has been affected by stress due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now supporting more than 1,000 providers and clinicians across the country, NeuroFlow enables measurement-based treatment and remote care coordination with the mission of integrating behavioral health into all specialties and care settings. “NeuroFlow’s technology has been shaped by clinical therapists and influential members of the medical community, making it instrumental to the future of how we address and deliver total person healthcare,” said CEO Chris Molaro. “Now more than ever, with families facing an unprecedented public health crisis, we need technology that can connect a patient’s physical and mental health care experience, and this partnership with Commonwealth Pain and Spine is an important step for closing that divide.”
About Commonwealth Pain & Spine
With 12 offices throughout Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois, Commonwealth Pain & Spine strives to flip the script on health care. Commonwealth Pain & Spine is different from comparable pain management clinics in its treatment of its patients. The team avoids the standard surgery-first delivery model in favor of a less invasive, more cost-efficient model. Because each physician recognizes how exhausting chronic pain feels, they make it a point to empathize with the needs of their patients. Most members of the Commonwealth team are double board certified in anesthesiology and pain management and are trained under the country’s leading interventional pain fellowships. They consistently deliver the most innovative, safe, responsible, and clinically proven pain relief care available. To learn more about the full range of services offered, visit https://www.mypainsolution.com/
NeuroFlow is a digital health company combining workflow automation, patient engagement tools, and applied AI to promote behavioral health integration in all care settings. NeuroFlow’s suite of HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based tools simplify remote patient monitoring, improve risk stratification, and facilitate collaborative care. With NeuroFlow, care providers can finally bridge the gap between mental and physical health in order to improve outcomes and reduce the cost of care. www.neuroflow.com.
Anthony Stipa, for NeuroFlow