WellPower Selects Eleos Health for Documentation Solution

WellPower, a behavioral health provider in Denver, will make Eleos Health's voice-based, augmented intelligence available for all of its clinicians to reduce administrative burden. Eleos Health will be used for both in person and virtual sessions.

With Eleos Health, WellPower's clinicians have access to tools that capture session intelligence via conversation, with client consent, developing suggested progress note documentation and offering new lines of sight into in-session treatment delivery, modality, patient concerns, care needs, and more.

"Eleos Health is grateful to serve Wellpower, one of the most innovative community mental health centers in the country, as they support the mental health and wellbeing of their community," said Alon Joffe, co-founder and CEO of Eleos Health, in a statement. "Eleos Health will provide WellPower with the tools they need to reduce the time their clinical teams spend on administration and compliance, allowing for more focus and a greater amount of availability for care providers."

"We've always been focused on protecting the precious time that our providers spend with the people we serve," said Wes Williams, chief information officer of WellPower, in a statement. "Eleos stood out to us because it embeds within the workflow our providers already use. It helps providers with one of the most distracting, time-consuming aspects of care - documentation.

"WellPower is constantly looking for innovative solutions that can help amplify our impact," Williams added. "I'm really bullish on the role artificial intelligence and natural language processing can play in eliminating administrative burden and improving care. Implementing Eleos Health across our care network provides us with the resources to enable our team to have more time to help the adults, children, and families we serve at a time when we're seeing an increasing need for help in the Denver area."

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