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Dec 15, 2023

Chris Molaro is the CEO of NeuroFlow, a digital behavioral health platform that delivers mental health support while tracking and assessing progress through the app. Chris is a graduate of West Point and the University of Pennsylvania, and served in the army for five years, including a tour in Iraq as a platoon leader.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • The importance of behavioral health tools for front-line workers, both military and healthcare
  • The ways technology and data can help with access to care
  • How ‘access to care’ is not binary, and recovery is not linear
  • Removing the barriers to the access of information
  • The importance of all behavioral health resources creating a united front and working together.
  • Why they call NeuroFlow “The Netflix for Mental Health.”

Today, NeuroFlow is helping 15 million Americans across the country, providing the tools to those who need it, where they are at, in pursuit to create the most engaging digital mental health experience.  

Hosted by Heather Major, Executive Director, Independence Blue Cross Foundation.

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