Data-driven Opportunities to Improve Early Psychosis Intervention
Learn how to leverage data to improve your organization’s early psychosis intervention during this special webinar.
Early Psychosis Intervention Network (EPINET), a national learning health care system for early psychosis, links over 100 early psychosis clinics through standard clinical measures, data sharing and collaborative analyses to improve the quality and impact of early intervention programs.
Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, Division of Services and Intervention Research, Robert Heinssen, Ph.D., ABPP, will share more about EPINET’s recent efforts to advance evidence-based care in community settings and opportunities for partnering with EPINET to improve early psychosis care.
You’ll also get first-hand insight from Adriana Furuzawa, LMFT, CPRP, division director of Felton Institute, a leading partner involved in this collaborative, who will share lessons learned and considerations for other organizations interested in becoming involved.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe the key aspects of learning health care and how EPINET employs these principles to advance early psychosis intervention.
- Gather insights and considerations for leveraging data to improve early psychosis care.
- Learn more about engaging with the national learning health care system.