STRATA HEALTH WILL WORK WITH PARTNERS TO DEVELOP A  PROOF-OF-CONCEPT FOR A SINGLE-POINT-OF-ACCESS TO CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLES MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.    (November 2021) Strata Health is pleased to announce a new partnership with NHS Western Isles to utilise Strata technology in the development of a proof-of-concept for a Single Point of Access (SPoA) that can be used for children and young people mental health services.   The Scottish Government Mental Health Strategy takes a health-promoting and preventative approach. It sets out a range of commitments around more accessible child and adolescent mental health and improving support for preventive and less intensive services (tiers 1 and 2 CAMHS) that tackle issues earlier. The ambition is to create the best social circumstances possible and improve the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. Providing a single point of access and triage as a model will support both neurodevelopmental and Children and Young People wellbeing services. The team at Strata Health is incredibly excited to be embarking on this critical proof-of-concept partnership, working together with Western Isles to take action to reduce mental health inequalities both as part of prevention and as part of service provision.   About Strata Health  With over 20 years of experience in the health technology sector, Strata Health is the leading provider of intelligent, digital tools for resource allocation, patient transitions, and patient flow innovation across the care continuum. Strata Health supports healthcare clients on three continents, helping over 12 million patients worldwide get the care they need faster. Strata’s software solutions improve the healthcare experience for patients, clinicians, and health jurisdictions worldwide. For more information, visit   About NHS Western Isles NHS Western Isles (also known as Western Isles Health Board) is the organisation responsible for providing healthcare to the population of the Western Isles, which is made up of approximately 26,500 people. It is our responsibility to make sure that our wards, departments and services deliver high quality care that is safe, person-centred and effective. For more information, visit  
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