Improving Access to Behavioral Healthcare

A discussion around technology-enabled behavioral health.

COVID-19 has changed the way we look at behavioral health, given the anxiety and depression related to the virus itself, the extended lockdown, and the ensuing economic downturn. In this program, TAG Digital Health explores the current state of behavioral health, the challenges of supporting vulnerable populations and improving equitable access to care, and innovative approaches and platforms working to bridge this gap.

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TAG Digital Health focuses on Georgia’s rapidly expanding healthcare field.

More specifically, we focus on the rapid advances in healthcare technology that are having an enormous impact on the field. Emerging biotech firms, new drugs and treatments, regulatory pressures, funding for promising start-ups and the management of a sea of healthcare information are all covered by the Society’s programs. Members of TAG’s Digital Health Society vary from healthcare IT and management professionals, physicians, allied health professionals to hospital administrative personnel.

Through joining TAG’s Digital Health, members are provided numerous networking opportunities, current industry knowledge, and the opportunity to assist promoting access to healthcare in rural areas of Georgia.

The TAG Digital Health’s mission is to be a catalyst for furthering Georgia as a leader in healthcare technology through opportunities in education, networking and collaboration by working with society members, community leaders and industry stakeholders to create an environment that will facilitate the realization of this mission.

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Telliant Systems

Bryan Fowler
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Powell Jones
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Jodie Braner
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The Benefit Company

Robin Hackney

FairWarning

Allan Hess
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Richard Powers
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Strados Labs

Maurice Rosenbaum

nView Health

Chris Watson

in90group

Anita Ballaney

Anthem

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Deloitte

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IBM Watson

Dr. Mike Koriwchak

ENT of Georgia

Mary Beth Marchione

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Colin Mellon

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