Collaboration is a hallmark of medical excellence.
Turnbridge clinicians collaborate internally and with colleagues around the country to improve patient outcomes and glean new insights. Our team includes some of the world’s leading researchers in the field of mental health who keep abreast of the latest developments and contribute new thinking to the healthcare community.
Collaboration improves outcomes. Turnbridge doctors, therapists, wellness professionals, and counselors work as a cohesive team. Client cases are reviewed regularly to review progress and needs, and to adjust care as needed. Our high staff-to-client ratio allows experienced clinicians to spend more time with patients and with one another to collectively address individual needs. When the entire care team is aware of each clients’ needs, progress, and challenges, they can make better decisions and provide a seamless, personalized approach.
Turnbridge also works closely with other members of the client care team. Pediatricians, counselors, advisors, interventionists, and other specialized treatment providers may need to share information or discuss patient progress with the Tunbridge care team. Medical records, prescriptions, and clinical observations may be shared with ongoing care providers to effect a seamless transition.
At Turnbridge, the collection and use of patient data empowers collaboration, improves individual outcomes, and identifies new insights and opportunities. Turnbridge is a pioneer in the use of behavioral healthcare data to substantiate self-reported progress and to inform its EMPWR model of care. Members of the Turnbridge care team record behavioral observations and medical assessment information multiple times each day. Symptom ratings, response to treatments, adherence to programming guidelines, skill completion, sleep and hygiene patterns, academic metrics, vital signs, and other information are used to signify clinical progress and physical health. By synthesizing this data and using it to gain a deeper understanding of each patient’s overall progress, the care team can collaboratively adjust treatment plans to address issues before they become problems and maximize the effectiveness of the treatment stay.
Turnbridge is committed to sharing insights with the healthcare community. While the field of adolescent mental health has progressed significantly in recent years, much more can be done to address the growing mental health epidemic. By sharing the results of its evidence-based practices, Turnbridge can contribute to the medical community’s understanding of these conditions and how to make effective changes to treatment, policy, and prevention.