According to the CDC, 86% of healthcare costs in the U.S. are related to those living with mental health and chronic medical conditions. For these individuals, medication management and adherence is a major component of care plans.
In the United States, 20% of prescriptions are not filled. Of those prescriptions filled, only half are taken at the correct time and duration, dosage, or frequency (Read More
Each member of our team here at Lua understands the importance of contributing to our communities. We believe that Lua can and should be a force for good and are always willing to do what we can to support that belief and our communities, either individually or as a team.
Lua is headquartered in New York City, one of the many urban areas greatly impacted by the Opioid Crisis in the United States. According to the New York State Department of Health, every seven hours, someone dies of a drug overdose in New York City. Over the last six years, overdose deaths in NYC have increased year over year. In fact, More New ...
Sharing files in real-time keeps everyone informed, helping to increase employee and patient satisfaction and the quality of care. Learn how securely sharing files with providers can increase organizational efficiency within behavioral health institutions.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) MARCH 20, 2018
Lua, the leading HIPAA compliant mobile solution, has been selected by The Soldiers Project as its secure mobile messaging provider. The Soldiers Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides free, unlimited mental health services to post 9/11 veterans and service members, as well as their families and loved ones. Lua will help support The Soldiers Project in their continued commitment to serving their patients while maintaining confidentiality, security, and the highest quality of care.
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Telehealth can transform the way healthcare providers collaborate and deliver care to their patients. Here are the top reasons healthcare organizations should adopt telehealth video chat services.
With 106 million Americans living in areas with limited access to mental healthcare, more and more providers are turning to tools like telehealth to increase access to care and treatment for patients living with behavioral health conditions and substance use disorders.