Valorant Health has established a multi-year partnership with Indian Health Services to provide a robust telehealth platform for patients from the Catawba Health Unit seeking mental and behavioral health services. The state-of-the-art telehealth platform specifically focuses on improving continuity of care and accessibility by bringing high-quality mental and behavioral health providers and resources directly to patients. The Valorant Health platform helps patients find in-network care and coverage and scales healthcare capabilities with robust and innovative digital health and telehealth tools. Valorant Health prioritizes patients and providers in the healthcare journey by implementing a data-driven approach to incorporate features that promote positive mental and behavioral health outcomes.
“Valorant Health is incredibly excited to partner with the Catawba Health Unit and to supplement the mental healthcare capabilities of the community that it serves,” said Founder and CEO of Valorant Health, Ahmed ‘Eddie’ Qureshi. “We are proud to be part of the healthcare innovation and mental health expansion journey. Native Americans and Alaska Natives serve in the military at over five times the national average; we are dedicated to bringing our expertise in working with service members, veterans, and families to better serve the broader IHS community.”
This opportunity showcases IHS’s commitment to the modernization of its healthcare infrastructure and innovation to provide a better patient experience for improved health outcomes. As of July 2021, Valorant Health is providing personalized healthcare offerings and digital health tools through its innovative software platform. Valorant Health and its digital health partners will expand to cover the Catawba community with their best-in-class mental, physical, and behavioral health tools.