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Eleos Health Announces Winners of Annual AI Behavioral Health Awards: Solvista Health and Achieve Behavioral Health

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Boston, January 6, 2022—Eleos Health, a digital health startup transforming behavioral healthcare with voice-to-insights technology, announced today the winners of their annual awards. Solvista Health received the Eleos Health Community Award for 2021 for community-based centers. Achieve Behavioral Health, a division of Bikur Cholim, received the Eleos Health Innovation Award of 2021.

The Eleos Health Community Award is given to an organization that exemplifies the traits of a good partner. The organization works in tandem with Eleos Health to implement voice-based AI insights and ensure meaningful adoption of Eleos Health. The innovation award is given to an organization that pushes boundaries and creatively uses technology to improve patient outcomes.

Solvista Health, an integrated health care provider in Colorado, received the Community Award due to its commitment to person-centeredness throughout the implementation process. Solvista Health brought Eleos Health before their member committee to ensure that those they serve were included in the decision-making process and approved of the use of Eleos Health.

Dror Zaide, Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder of Eleos Health said, “We were so impressed with the warm culture at Solvista Health. The time they spent to ensure this product was right for their clients, their direct care staff, and their administration was impressive. Their commitment to ensuring a smooth adoption and implementation of technology is a model for other organizations.”

“We appreciate the recognition of the Solvista Health culture we work so hard to cultivate. We take a human-centered approach to all that we do, ensuring the care we provide – and the tools we leverage to do so – meet the needs and preferences of the individuals we serve,” said Brian Turner, President & CEO for Solvista, “Our work with Eleos is a wonderful reflection of that commitment.”

Achieve Behavioral Health received the Eleos Health Innovation Award for being the first to customize their own clinical intervention abilities and create a seamless workflow. The team at Achieve Behavioral Health aided in the design and challenged Eleos Health to ensure it met their needs. In addition, to their use of Eleos Health, the organization has its own team of developers in what they call the Tech Cave to drive the organization towards more efficient and patient-centered care practices.

About Eleos Health

Eleos Health has pioneered the new category of ambient VoiceAI workflow solutions to drive operational and clinical efficiency for behavioral health providers. Eleos’ advanced AI-based Care Intelligence solution runs securely in the background of therapy sessions to digitize auto-generated notes, analyze hundreds of data parameters within each session and provide real-time insights related to the delivery of evidence-based care. This results in clinicians’ ability to see more consumers and improve access to care. Eleos Health leverages this shared knowledge of community therapists, clinicians, academics, hospitals, and researchers to deeply understand what is working for every person and power the future of personalized behavioral health.

About Solvista Health

Solvista is a non-profit integrated mental health, substance use, and primary care provider serving rural mountain communities across 3,500 square miles in Colorado. Celebrating 60 years, Solvista provides person-centered, trauma-informed care to over 5,000 individuals each year.

About Achieve Behavioral Health

Achieve Behavioral Health provides the full range of behavioral health, substance use, and support services for children, adolescents, and adults in Rockland and Orange counties in NY. As a pioneer of behavioral health cares deeply embedded in the community, Achieve was one of the first federally-designated Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers (CCBHC). Achieve is committed to excellence and offers its 5000+ clients innovative, compassionate, culturally-matched, evidence-based, and data-driven care through its multiple clinical centers, school clinics, community-based care, and telehealth.

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