The Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech summit is the largest conference focused on virtual behavioral health access and innovation. The summit convenes health plans, employers and benefits professionals, health systems, providers, investors, and startups to share best practices for deploying effective, scalable mental health and substance use solutions to all individuals in light of COVID-19 and beyond. Founded and hosted by Solomé Tibebu, the virtual forum will showcase the changing technological, reimbursement, and policy landscape for telehealth and other virtual behavioral health solutions.
On June 8th & 9th, we convened thousands of healthcare professionals working to make mental health and substance use care more accessible for all. All ticket proceeds for our GDBHT2022 conference went to our non-profit partner, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
All sessions from the summit are available in our video library below
Thank you to our partners for convening behavioral healthcare stakeholders together and bringing the conversation to life.
All ticket proceeds from the 2022 summit have been donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Project 2025 to achieve its goal of reducing the annual suicide rate 20% by 2025.
Interested in how your company can get involved? Contact us using the link below to learn about our sponsorship opportunities throughout the year.
The annual rate of suicide continues to rise in the United States. Suicide was the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34 in 2019. Although more is being done today to prevent suicide than at any other time in history, there is still work to be done to prevent as many suicides as possible.
All ticket proceeds from the Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech 2022 summit have been contributed to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Project 2025 to achieve its goal of reducing the annual suicide rate 20 percent by 2025.
Hours of sessions
Days of behavioral health tech and telehealth insights
Non-profit to reduce the annual suicide rate 20% by 2025