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Telehealth and Rural America's Behavioral Health Crisis (w/ Dr. Michael Consuelos)

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Release Date: 05/04/2020

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There's a behavioral health crisis in rural America, with a lack of providers, coverage gaps, and poor access to treatment creating a recipe for disaster. Luckily, technologies like telehealth and telepsych might be able to help.

This week we’re joined by pediatrician and pandemic response expert Dr. Michael Consuelos to discuss his new article in Scientific American about using technology to address the challenges of rural healthcare delivery. We also discuss how COVID-19 is impacting telehealth adoption, how we can design more engaging digital health experiences, and what digital health designers can learn from mobile games. This episode is part of Engineering Healthcare, our new series on healthcare experiences and technology.

Dr. Michael J. Consuelos is the Principal at MJC Solutions, a veteran-owned, small business that provides professional consulting and advisory services to organizations serving the healthcare sector. He is a Pediatrician and healthcare executive that has held several leadership roles in emergency preparedness and pandemic response since 1997.

Dr. Consuelos’s Scientific American article: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/rural-communities-have-a-behavioral-health-treatment-problem/
Dr. Consuelos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mjconsuelos
Pivoting Around a Pandemic: http://www.pivotmethod.com/podcast/pandemic