Silicon Valley (SV)

Healthcare Leaders CEO Group

2nd Tuesday of the month from | 8:30 – 11:30 am  | Mountain View, CA

Upcoming ZOOM Meeting

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Opening Discussion Topic:

COVID’s Shadow Pandemic: Behavioral Health Disorders

The statistics are staggering. In August, the CDC Morbidity & Mortality Weekly reported these upticks from June:

  • Nearly a third of adults are dealing with an anxiety and/or depressive disorder.
  • 75% of 18-24 year-olds and 52% of 25-44 year olds report at least one mental and/or substance adverse behavioral health symptom
  • And at 10.7%, suicidal ideation is now as common as diabetes among adults.
  • And for America’s essential workers, the percentages range from 1.7x higher for anxiety and/or depression to 3.2x higher for increased substance use, and 4.1x higher for suicidal ideation.

During our Group Discussion, we’ll look to hear your Best Practices for helping your team and yourself stay upbeat and engaged in month seven of COVID – and how you recognize the signs (and what to do) when they aren’t.  As well as, any other Issues you’d like the Group’s Feedback on.

Then, our Featured Guest Member Dave Haddick, CEO of PSYCHeANALYTICS, will demonstrate how their “Behavioral Health StethoscopeTM” triage tool for universal behavioral health screening enables all primary care clinicians to assess their patients’ psychosocial and behavioral health before their clinical visits (via a phone-text service). Particularly since COVID has made Healthcare Disparities an issue of national concern, each patient’s response illuminates treatable conditions frequently obscured by a patient’s poor health literacy, reticence or cultural barriers, or unconscious bias. Dave’s ask of the Group: how to quickly get their BH StethoscopeTM (reimbursable as a “brief emotional/behavioral assessment” under two CPT codes) into the hands of more clinicians before the end of the year – while they’re offering it at no charge!

Dave, long before founding PSYCHeANALYTICS, built an impressive career as a serial entrepreneur and developer of patented technology, including an electronic charting system for UCSF that enabled patients to be matched at the point-of-care to clinical trials. His expertise in developing diagnostic interfaces, coupled with his deep interest in behavioral health, led Dave to develop the Behavioral Health StethoscopeTM as a clinical behavioral health assessment and psychosocial analysis solution that delivers a personalized recommendation report.

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Upcoming Meeting Dates

Nov. 10   Dec. 9   Jan. 12   Feb. 9   Mar. 9

Our Silicon Valley Healthcare Round Table meets on the 2nd  Tuessday of each month.  We have been meeting via ZOOM since April, and look forward to meeting again in person – once we can do so safely, hopefully early in the New Year.

Past Discussion Topics:

  • Lessons Learned in Building Together: Ravenswood Family Health Network
  • The Art of the Healthcare Pivot
  • Rethinking your Business in This Next Normal
  • Getting Back to a New Normal
  • Your WFH Best Practices & COVID-19 Experience with Employees, Clinicians, Patients, and Yourself
  • Lessons Learned from Fighting Coronaviruses
  • Following the Money in Healthcare
  • Keeping PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly)with the Growing Number of Frail, Low-income Seniors in the Valley
  • Best Practices for Re/Training Your Team
  • How has 'Digital Transformation' Transformed Your Business?
  • Moving to Value-Based Contracting
  • The Latest Trends in Social Media: What's Working Now?
  • Scaling Your Healthcare Business: What Works Best?
  • A Healthcare CEO's Guide to Health Plan 101
  • How IA's Changing Healthcare
  • Everything You Need to Know about Santa Clara County's Healthcare Programs
  • Lessons from Moving the "Hospital to the Home"
  • Maneuvering With & Around Industry Giants
  • Lessons Learned in Maximizing Customer Engagement