NeuroFlow — a Philadelphia-based startup that provides behavioral health integration software — struck a new health system partnership on Monday. The company announced that New Jersey-based Atlantic Health System will be using its technology across 16 accountable care organization (ACO) sites.
This news comes a couple weeks after NeuroFlow embarked on a similar partnership with Emory Healthcare in Atlanta. Some of the company’s other health system customers include Ascension, Jefferson Health, Trinity Health and Southcoast Health.
Founded in 2016, NeuroFlow’s goal is to incorporate behavioral health into overall healthcare, Chief Medical Officer Tom Zaubler said in a recent interview.
“The fundamental problem is that most people with psychiatric illness simply are not identified as having psychiatric illness — and often when they are, they don’t get the care they need. About 60% of people with psychiatric illness in any given year receive no care whatsoever. What NeuroFlow