Kate Cordell and Ken Knecht, cofounders of Opeeka, discuss their company’s Person-Centered Intelligence Solution and how it can help children and their families manage and coordinate their mental health concerns as well as the benefits the tool can have on health systems.
In this episode, I talk with Kate Cordell and Ken Knecht are the Co-Founders of Opeeka, an AI-driven mental healthcare software company. Their cloud-based solution aggregates mental healthcare assessments from multiple providers into a single digital story map.
Special thanks to Elijah Szasz at SPARK6 for hosting Opeeka on a recent episode of The Good User Experience podcast. Eli speaks to Kate Duggento Cordell, PhD, MPH and Ken Knecht about how they founded Opeeka and what they are doing to change the world of mental health care.
Mental health technology company Opeeka announced this week a partnership with Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of America, a national non-profit organization creating healthy youth and families through community-based solutions across seven states.
A majority of employers acknowledge the challenge, but stigmas continue to thwart treatment efforts. Most employers (70%) reported mental health issues among their workforce, while 52% said they face substance misuse or addiction challenges.
Kate Cordell and Ken Knecht are the Co-Founders of Opeeka, an AI-driven mental healthcare software company. Their cloud-based solution aggregates mental healthcare assessments from multiple providers into a single digital story map. In this interview, they explain how their solution uses success-focused AI to help solve the post-Covid-19 mental healthcare.
Value-based care is coming to the industry one way or another. Providers should be involved in shaping those models in order to ensure the best quality care and outcomes for patients and to increase profitability in the evolving payment world.
Transformational Collaborative Outcomes Management or TCOM is a philosophical approach to human-service delivery in development of a “shared vision”–helping individuals achieve the overall goal of health and wellness, successfully navigating complex systems of care.