We just got back from the Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat in Scottsdale, AZ, and we’re energized by the connections we made and the in-depth conversations we had about behavioral health innovation.

At TCIV West, Kipu Health CEO Carina Edwards joined an expert panel to discuss the current and future states of behavioral health market conditions. Artificial intelligence (AI) was on everyone’s minds.

Edwards talked about how new AI technology is a great complement to the behavioral health industry. “Over the past three years our clinical teams on the front lines have constantly needed to do more with less, and these teams are burning out and leaving clinical practice at a time where demand is at an all-time high. AI can help.”

Edwards highlighted how we’ve seen AI support clinical care teams in action with Kipu’s embedded CareOps automation platform, delivered through our partnership with Eleos Health. Demand for AI tools is high, and we’re very excited about this partnership!

In addition to supporting clinical care teams, AI can also improve compliance.

The industry and our customers alike are pushing us to give them tools to streamline their business performance with AI—and they are beginning to see the positive impact,” Edwards said.

By using the AI tools available within Kipu that interpret and analyze conversations, our customers receive objective insights into care themes and modalities, driving evidence-based care improvement.

The space is rapidly evolving. When looking ahead, Edwards offered the following advice: don’t get distracted by the bells and whistles. Pay attention to where AI can have meaningful positive return, like reimbursements, and seek out those solutions.

Want to see this in action? Click here to see how Eleos works seamlessly with Kipu to redefine your clinical experience and check out more from the event in Carina’s video below!

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