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 […]
October 7, 2019

Tyler Quoted in OZY story: Kentucky gives Parents with Substance Misuse Disorders a Fresh Start

“One thing we are learning about addiction of all forms, including substance misuse, is that the patterns of behavior are often deeply rooted in trauma,” says […]
September 27, 2019

CBS Denver: Organizations across Colorado are integrating physical and mental health services

Ben Miller, the chief strategy officer at the non-profit Well Being Trust, said the shift towards integrated care is a very important one. “They way we’ve […]
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 18, 2019

Tyler quoted in Hearst: The best way to promote community health is to “meet them where they live”

“We have to get the care right—quality health care is a human right—and we have to ensure people have access to that care, but those alone […]
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 16, 2019

Washington Post’s Health 202: Who is writing 2020 Democrats’ health plans? We found out.

Buttigieg has released a proposal for improving rural health (we detailed that here) and a proposal on mental health. The mental health paper was heavily influenced by Ben Miller, […]