New models of care and cutting-edge technologies have the potential to reduce costs and help us re-think how we deliver care
Our mental health and addictions (MHA) system is ripe for transformation: new models of care. Cutting-edge technologies have the potential to reduce costs and help us re-think how we deliver care. Embedding modern digital solutions into legacy service delivery models is not enough; we need to think bigger and re-imagine a MHA system that can push through existing barriers and accelerate the adoption of digitally-enabled service delivery models.
This is the third and final MHA Issue Brief in a series aimed at exploring MHA in the context of the client seeking care (see Issue Brief I) and the broader MHA system (see Issue Brief II). In this Issue Brief, we focus on:
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