Curve Health, MindCare Partner To Address Growing Behavioral Health Need in Nursing Homes

Curve Health, a technology-based company focused on enhancing care within Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs), announced a strategic partnership Friday with MindCare, a behavioral health services provider.

Through the partnership, the companies hope to address the growing demand for behavioral health within SNFs nationwide.

Based in Nashville, Tennessee, MindCare provides telepsychiatry and telebehavioral health services.


Meanwhile, Curve Health’s digital platform includes telemedicine, health information exchange, data and predictive analytics and billing integrations, with the goal of avoiding unnecessary hospital trips and improving skilled nursing facilities’ bottom lines. Its services allow clinicians and operators in post-acute settings to communicate better and improve workflow while reducing expenses.

“This partnership reflects our shared commitment to improving the lives of SNF residents by prioritizing their mental well-being. Together, we will develop tailored solutions that empower SNFs to deliver high-quality, person-centered care,” Matt Michela, CEO of Curve Health, said in a press release.

In integrating technology and clinical expertise, the partnership will enable SNFs to enhance care delivery, improve outcomes, and promote overall resident satisfaction by equipping SNFs with the right tools and resources, the press release noted. 


“Together, we will leverage our collective strengths to develop innovative solutions that meet the unique needs of SNF residents,” said Tana Whitt, Chief Clinical Officer of MindCare.

Curve Health currently partners with more than 24 facilities and has a presence in Minnesota, New York, California and Massachusetts.

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