MCRA-Header-Members.jpg

Our Members

MCRA-Seal 2022.png
OutcomeReferralsLogo.png

Outcome Referrals, Inc.

Tier 1 Member

Outcome Referrals solves the ACCESS and QUALITY problem in behavioral health. They increase capacity, set better rates, and negotiate win-win VALUE-based contracts. Currently, 60% of behavioral health consumers in managed care find ineffective or harmful treatment. We all but eliminate these poor outcomes, solving both the quality and access problems that are plaguing behavioral healthcare. The result is shorter lengths of stay, better outcomes, and lower total medical spend.

WHY OUTCOME REFERRALS?
 

Solving the ACCESS and QUALITY problems in behavioral health, Outcome Referrals has the only scientifically proven model to virtually eliminate ineffective and harmful care. It’s simple, easy, and shockingly affordable. Scientifically match any member with a growing network of over 128,000 therapists anytime, anywhere.

REGIONS SERVED:
 

  • North America

  • England

  • Australia

  • Other English-speaking countries

MANAGED CARE SEGMENTS / LINES OF BUSINESS SERVED:
 
  • Medicare

  • Medicaid

  • Commercial

  • Self Insurance

  • Delegated Entities

  • Child Welfare

  • Juvenile Justice

PRODUCTS / SERVICES:
 

  • MatchedTherapists.com (for Consumers):
    Your members access available and matched therapist anytime anywhere. Decrease staffing costs for UM and Case Management. We have created healthcare’s first and only, proven scientific, patient referral platform for mental health. In addition, we provide a top tier outcome data platform for mental health clinicians to monitor and improve patient outcomes.
     

  • WellnessCheck.net (for Providers):
    The affordable platform for any provider that wants a VALUE BASED CONTRACT (VBC). Customized VBC Metrics for Health Plan and Providers updated monthly! Outcome Referrals is flexible, and can integrate within existing MCO workflows and products to enhance UM, provider listings, PCP integration and many other applications

  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter