Effects of Social Isolation Must Be Monitored Beyond The COVID-19 Era

COVID-19 Online Mental Health Resources

In her latest article, Cori McMahon, Psy.D, NCCE and Tridiuum VP of Clinical Services explores the pervasive mental health impacts of the social isolation experienced by many throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Particularly affecting children and older adults, this often overlooked public health risk may have significant consequences over time. Read more — including ways behavioral […]

Racial Disparities Include Barriers to Behavioral Health Services

Health Services and Racial Discrepancy

America is more ethnically and racially diverse than ever. This growing diversity amplifies the need for all behavioral health professionals to address barriers to care and other factors that influence outcomes for Black, Hispanic, Latinx, Native American, and Asian communities. Recent events in America have also underscored social inequities for nonwhite individuals — including inequities […]

Infographic: How Did COVID-19 Impact Behavioral Health?

COVID-19 and Behavioral Health

From fear and isolation to financial worries and future uncertainty, COVID-19 negatively affected the mental health of many people. Research is beginning to reveal just how deeply the pandemic has penetrated, underlining the need for access to behavioral health services. The following infographic depicts Tridiuum’s findings collected through 1.9 million behavioral health assessments and how […]

Millennial and Gen Z Consumers Want Tele-Behavioral Health Options

Using behavioral telehealth

Consumer preferences are influencing the health-service delivery model today more than ever before. As the voice of the patient becomes louder, each generation has a different message to share. For younger generations, it’s clear that digital health services are a basic expectation, and we’re discovering this is especially true for behavioral health treatment. Fortunately, care […]

Article points to mental health stigma exacerbating depression, anxiety in healthcare professionals

Digital Behavioral Health - Healthcare Professionals

Cori McMahon, Psy.D, NCCE and Tridiuum VP of Clinical Services with Kelly Gilrain, PhD, Director of Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Services at Cooper University Health Care, take a closer look at the barriers preventing healthcare providers from seeking mental health treatment in the stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. They also share proven models above […]

How Rapid Adoption of Videoconferencing is Opening Doors for Telemental Health in a Post-COVID-19 World

Telemental Health Via Videoconferencing

Over the last decade, the increasing availability of smartphones and high-speed internet has led to an explosion of digital health tools. From primary care and behavioral health to oncology, cardiology, and even the ICU, videoconferencing and innovative apps are improving patient experiences while expanding access to care. Between 2016 and 2019, the number of virtual […]

With COVID-19, Sleepless Nights are Becoming Common

Sleepless Nights Due To Covid-19

Cori McMahon, V.P. of Clinical Services, Tridiuum  Why Quality Sleep is Hard to Come by These Days Now, more than ever, sleep is crucial to our health, but good, restorative sleep is likely harder to come by given the significant shift in daily routines, expectations, and stress resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the […]

New paper offers evidence, guidance for mental health concerns of healthcare workers treating COVID-19

Mental Health of Healthcare Workers Treating Covid-19

While uncertainty abounds around the spread, treatment, and effects of COVID-19, it’s widely agreed upon that its long-term impact on U.S. healthcare will be unprecedented — not the least its psychological toll on the healthcare workers on the front lines. In the latest Tridiuum white paper, Cori McMahon, Psy.D, NCCE and VP of Clinical Services, […]