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December 19, 2022Behavioral Health Business
“We have created a virtual care platform to have all of the evidence-based services needed for high-quality care that a patient would find in traditional brick and mortar settings — but we bring the care to them,” Dr. Arthur Robin Williams, Ophelia Health’s chief medical officer, said in a statement. “It is incredibly convenient. And our patients love our clinicians because they feel generally cared for.”
April 12th, 2023MedCity News
Patients with opioid use disorder are more likely to stick with their treatment plan when offered buprenorphine via telemedicine, according to a new study. The study involved 1,378 patients, and their 180-day treatment retention rate was 56.4%.
March 30th, 2023Cision PR Newswire
Ophelia Drafts Former Babylon, Omada Execs in Leadership Team Expansion. "We're honored to welcome Lexie and Chris to the Ophelia team. Both will have an immediate impact as we work to make lifesaving treatment accessible to more patients, especially those in underserved rural and Medicaid populations who need us most," said Zack Gray, Ophelia co-founder and CEO.
August 4th, 2020The New York Times
“Bringing this into the home may not be quite as robust and nuanced as in-person care,” but it is necessary, Dr. Williams, Ophelia’s medical director said. “The U.S. has 40,000 to 45,000 people dying from opioid overdoses every year,” he continued. “We haven’t done anything at the level needed, and it’s been 20 years.”