FAQs for the 2023 Behavioral Health Tech Conference

We want you to feel prepared for our highly anticipated annual summit. Please check out these FAQs for advice on navigating the event. If you still have questions, please contact hello@behavioralhealthtech.com
1. When and where is the event?

The in-person conference will take place on November 15-17, 2023 at the Waldorf Astoria Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona. The traditional mass online BHT2023 conference will take place virtually three weeks later.

2. When do speaker applications open?

Speaker applications are now closed. The deadline was April 15th.

All speakers this year had to go through the speaker application process. Sponsors will not be guaranteed a speaking position.

3. Can I still attend virtually?

Yes! Our traditional mass online BHT2023 conference takes place virtually during the event on our virtual conference platform.

4. I can't make it, but will I have access to the recordings after the event?

You can access most of the sessions after the in person event in our video library. However, some of the in-person sessions will not be recorded. All sessions from the traditional mass online BHT2023 conference will be available in the video library after the event.

5. When does registration open?

Registration is open now! You can claim your spot here.

6. Is the event still free?

There will be a ticket fee for all in-person attendees. However, in line with our mission to make mental health and substance use services accessible for all, we are continuing to grant free access to our traditional mass online event. Donations can be made to our non-profit partner of the year.

7. Do you have a non-profit partner again this year?

Yes, we are excited to partner with the Rare Impact Fund for our 2023 conference to expand access to mental health services and education for young people everywhere.

8. When will the agenda be available for the event?

A preliminary breakdown of the agenda can be found here. The full agenda including session titles and speakers will be shared in September.

9. When will the online platform open up for networking before the event?

The online platform will go live a few weeks before the event. All registrants will be notified via email.

10. What topics will be covered during the conference?

Specific topics that will be covered are currently TBD as we finalize our speakers. However, you can expect the following topics to be covered: youth mental health, employee mental health, use of AI and other technologies in SUD & mental health treatment, health equity in the mental health and SUD space, pharma’s and payer’s roles in behavioral health, mental health and SUD policies, and more.

in-person & online

Earn up to 14 continuing education (CE) hours

In partnership with PESI, our event will offer CE credits for mental health professionals who attend. For those unable to make the trip to Arizona, the CE credits can be attained virtually via PESI's streaming platform during the live event.