Data-driven Washington behavioral health organization looks to measurement-based care solution to improve clinical outcomes and business decision-making.
Owl, a behavioral health technology company, today announced that Comprehensive Healthcare, a nonprofit organization that offers mental health and substance use disorder treatment services to Washington, has selected Owl to achieve its commitment to being data-driven, leading to improved business and clinical outcomes.
“As a psychologist, we always wonder, ‘Is the treatment effective?’,” said Jodi Daly, Ph.D., chief executive officer of Comprehensive Healthcare. “Having the data to answer this question is valuable and empowering to both the client and staff. Owl gives us the data to do that.”
Comprehensive Healthcare chose to partner with Owl to enable evidence-based data capture through measurement-based care that will not only benefit clients and clinicians, but also support the ever-increasing data reporting requirements to federal, state, and health plan stakeholders.
Daly explained, “The data from Owl is going to provide us insights into whether or not treatment is effective as well as allow us to explore opportunities to better train and support staff. Anytime you’re doing the right thing by clients and your staff you can build a stable, sustainable organization. The data and analysis from Owl will help us get there.”
“Measuring clinical outcomes is quickly moving from a ‘nice-to-have’ to a ‘must-do’ in the behavioral health industry,” said Eric Meier, chief executive officer and president of Owl. “We are thrilled to help leading organizations like Comprehensive Healthcare make data-driven decisions to deliver the most effective and efficient care and thrive as a community-based behavioral health center.”
About Owl: Owl’s measurement-based care platform goes beyond measuring outcomes. Rich, actionable data helps behavioral health organizations increase access to care, improve clinical outcomes, and more—all while using existing clinical resources. Leading organizations, including Ascension Illinois, Recovery Centers of America, and Aurora Mental Health Center, rely on Owl to expand access to care, improve clinical outcomes, and prepare for value-based care. Get better data, better insights, and better outcomes with Owl. Learn more at owl.health.
About Comprehensive Healthcare: Celebrating 50 years as one of the largest behavioral health organizations in the state of Washington, Comprehensive Healthcare serves clients in seven counties throughout south-central Washington. Comprehensive Healthcare is a Joint Commission accredited organization, providing compassionate, individualized behavioral healthcare since 1972. As a non-profit organization, Comprehensive Healthcare is dedicated to delivering high-quality, evidence-based services to individuals, families, and organizations.