The 2023 Behavioral Health Tech (BHT2023) conference is the largest conference focused on expanding access to mental health and substance use care through technology, health equity and innovation. The event convenes health plans, employers, behavioral health providers, digital health companies, investors and policy makers to connect for the purposes of advancing access to behavioral healthcare for all.
The BHT2023 conference took place in Phoenix, AZ, at the Arizona Biltmore Waldorf Astoria from November 15th-17th, 2023. In partnership with PESI, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing accredited continuing education for mental health and substance use professionals worldwide, the event offered continuing education (CE) credits for mental health professionals who attend. For those unable to make the trip to Arizona, the CE credits were attainable virtually via PESI's streaming platform during the live event.
Outside of cost-only fees for CE credits, all online content and networking were completely donation-based during BHT2023's virtual event. Our 2023 non-profit partner was the Rare Impact Fund, expanding access to mental health services and education for young people everywhere.
Thank you to our partners for convening behavioral healthcare stakeholders together and bringing the conversation to life.
Interested in how your company can get involved? Contact us using the link below to learn about our sponsorship opportunities throughout 2024.
in-person & online
Kids in the U.S. and around the world are in crisis. More than 60% of youth with major depression do not receive any mental health treatment, according to Mental Health America.1
Given the current youth mental health crisis, we're excited to announce that our non-profit partner for the BHT2023 conference is the Rare Impact Fund! The Rare Impact Fund, started by Selena Gomez, is committed to expanding access to mental health services and education for young people everywhere.
In lieu of an attendee registration fee, we asked that virtual conference attendees donate any amount to our non-profit partner.
Hours of sessions
Days of behavioral health tech and telehealth insights
Non-profit partner, the Rare Impact Fund