October 8, 2019

Caring for the caregivers — and their families

Caring for the caregivers — and their families Well Being Trust is helping Providence St. Joseph Health make sure their staff members are well taken care of so […]
September 21, 2019

Arpan on The Think Tank Ep. 3: Leveraging Tech To Drive Positive Behavior Change

In our third episode, we welcome our own Arpan Waghray, a System Medical Director of tele-behavioral health at PSJH, as well as the CMO of Well […]
September 17, 2019

Clinics training clinics on how to expand behavioral health care

Clinics training clinics on how to expand behavioral health care How Oregon’s Providence Medical Group is helping a PSJH’s Northern California system integrate mental health into […]
September 16, 2019

Catholic Health World: Suicide rates rising dramatically; ministry strives to be part of solution

That was a question posed in a blog post late last year by Dr. Rod Hochman and Tyler Norris. Hochman is president and chief executive of Providence […]
September 12, 2019

Catholic Health Association Podcast: The Suicide Epidemic, feat. Ben

The CDC reports more than 45,000 Americans died from suicide in 2016. How health care organizations and policy makers can better address this epidemic is the […]
August 20, 2019

Seeking better results for behavioral health patients: Here’s how one medical center is redesigning its standard of care

Seeking better results for behavioral health patients Emergency departments aren’t set up for patients with behavioral health concerns. Providence Regional Medical Center Everett is redesigning its […]
August 8, 2019

Caring for children’s mental health needs in — and out — of the emergency department

Caring for children’s mental health needs in — and out — of the emergency department A collaboration in Oregon could be a model for dealing with […]
July 30, 2019

A standard of care for depression: Addressing one of America’s most common mental illness can be challenging for primary care providers.

A standard of care for depression: Addressing one of America’s most common mental illness can be challenging for primary care providers. This is one example of […]