Eleos Health Partners with The Echo Group

Eleos Health, a provider of automation for behavioral health, has partnered with The Echo Group, a provider of visual electronic health record technology, to embed Eleos' augmented intelligence directly into the EchoVantage web-based clinical, billing, and administrative EHR application.

Eleos will turn behavioral health conversations into documentation and session intelligence, pluging directly into EchoVantage's visual health record (VHR). The VHR provides clinicians with a client's case across a timeline, with visual indicators providing an understandable and actionable graphical format. It also equips supervisors with visibility into staff activity, caseloads, and performance while empowering providers to improve training with structured, objective feedback on their sessions.

"Eleos Health is excited to add The Echo Group to our growing base of strategic partners who are dedicated to advancing the standard of care in behavioral health. By enhancing the EchoVantage EHR with our augmented intelligence capabilities, we will give clinicians the ability to spend less time on administrative tasks and more time impacting the lives of those managing behavioral health conditions," said Alon Joffe, CEO and co-founder of Eleos Health, in a statement.

"The expansion of our national offering to include Eleos Health as an embedded platform for all of our customers is a huge benefit for clinicians and their patients," said Allan Normandin, CEO of The Echo Group, in a statement. "The Echo Group is focused on finding ways to empower our customers to be more clinically effective and financially strong. Working with Eleos Health is another step in achieving that goal by reducing the barrier of administrative tasks in the continuum of care."

Eleos Health's voice-based natural language understanding (NLU) technology identifies evidence-based techniques and interprets the meaning of behavioral health conversations, giving clinicians objective feedback they can use with patients to identify recurring themes, issues and needs.

GRAND Mental Health in Oklahoma is the first facility to leverage the power of both systems.

"The ability to reduce administrative burdens for clinicians while also increasing visibility around the quality of care is invaluable in giving our staff the freedom and tools they need to focus on our mission of improving quality of life for consumers," said Josh Cantwell, chief operating officer of GRAND Mental Health, in a statement. "The Eleos Health and Echo Group partnership will meaningfully ability to support clinicians and serve our communities."

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