[Upcoming] Technology and mental health: a good ROI?

, Leuven, Belgium

Keen to gain insight into the way in which various stakeholders utilise online tools and justify them economically? Curious about the (economic) added value that online/technological tools deliver for organisations, developers and care providers? Then join this free seminar on Tuesday 30 April. The seminar forms part of the European Interreg NWE eMEN project, which seeks to harness the power of technology to improve the mental health of people in Europe.
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[Upcoming] Let’s make it work! Implementation of e-mental health care

, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

In the past 15 years implementation of e-mental health has been slow in the Netherlands and in most other countries around the world. The implementation challenges and the disruptive nature of this innovative technology are evident and the urgency is clear. However, moving towards structural and effective use of e-mental health in ‘blended care’ has not yet been achieved. More and more patients have to wait for care and current health care spending is becoming unsustainable. Increased demand and new reimbursement structures are now forcing implementation in the Netherlands. The urgent question is: how can you adapt to this new reality, and make your organisation future prove?!
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Prevention with digital technologies: expanding the possibilities for better mental health

, London, UK

On the 24th January 2019, The Mental Health Foundation in collaboration with the University of York hosted the conference ‘Prevention with digital technologies: expanding the possibilities for better mental health’ at the Barbican Centre in London. More than 200 delegates came together to learn about and exchange ideas about the evidence behind long-term approaches for a future where digital technologies can help protect against mental health problems and deliver good mental health for all.
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