Comprehensive Collaborative Care for FQHCs

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Comprehensive Collaborative Care for FQHCs Key Impacts y Scale services to deliver virtual psychiatric care and relieve the growing burden placed on FQHCs. y Deliver Collaborative Care through Amwell's combined offering of psychiatric services and digital mental health solutions to enable a significant return on investment. y Provide quality care through a clinically effective, evidence- based model that has been proven to drive results. Why Comprehensive Collaborative Care y Our commitment to delivering clinically proven outcomes ensures patients receive quality care with clinically validated results. y Amwell has a large network of board-certified psychiatrists that deliver regionalized provider panels with centralized support. y Our in-house team of research scientists, in collaboration with leading academic and research organizations across the globe, have produced an extensive body of work demonstrating the impact our evidence-based digital mental health programs have had on improving the mental health of our patients. The demand for mental health support is showing no signs of slowing down. With 60% of all patients seeking mental health support through their PCP and 1 in 11 patients receiving treatment through Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), staffing constraints pose a major challenge when it comes to the ability to improve and expand care. 1,2 To keep up with the demand, FQHCs have been adopting telehealth services. With Comprehensive Collaborative Care, FQHCs can provide psychiatrically informed treatment and care coordination as part of their patient care experience to deliver behavioral health treatment at scale, with clinically proven outcomes. Comprehensive Collaborative Care extends psychiatric expertise into the FQHC care setting, providing patients with evidence-based treatment at scale. By combining an extensive virtual psychiatric provider network, powerful evidence-based, digital mental health programs with care managers, and a robust analytics dashboard, this team-based model can meet the rising demand of mental health care, delivering a scalable and profitable solution. 2.7M patients in 2022 3 FQHCs provided mental health services to 1 in 4 people with behavioral health disorders treated within traditional primary care get better 4 30-50% of patient referrals from primary care to an outpatient behavioral health clinic do not make the first appointment 5 1 in 11 people recieve care from Federally Qualified Health Centers 2

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