The Magic of Music as An Intervention for Dementia

As we begin to transition into the fall months and start to spend more time inside, I’d like to explore Dementia. As the Director of Behavioral Health here at Lyric Health At some point in our lives, almost everyone will be touched by Alzheimer’s disease, either by knowing or caring for someone who has it […]

National Suicide Prevention Month

With September being Suicide Prevention Month, as the Director of Behavioral Health here at Lyric Health  this is the perfect and a poignant opportunity to address one of the most important issues facing our society today, suicide! According to the Centers for Disease Control, suicide rates increased approximately 36% between 2000–2021. Suicide was responsible for […]

Lyric Health: Pioneering the Virtual-First Telehealth Revolution

Virtual care delivery has long been hailed as a transformative force in healthcare, promising to revolutionize the accessibility and delivery of medical services. However, it is only with the emergence of virtual-first health plans that the true potential of telehealth is being fully realized. Recognizing this potential back in 2008 when I founded my first […]

Importance of Leaders Fostering RESPECT in the Workplace

This month I’d like to explore RESPECT in the workplace.  As the Director of Behavioral Health here at Lyric Health there is much talk about Quiet Quitting, and most recently the newer trend of Loud Quitting, each of these trends often comes down to common RESPECT in the workplace.  In her timeless version of the […]

5 Growing Trends in Digital Healthcare

In the midst of the constant buzz surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), the looming threat of a government shutdown, and the relentless surge in healthcare expenses, I, as the Co-founder and CEO of Lyric Health, am steadfast in our commitment to fulfilling our mission. At Lyric Health, our aim is to improve patients’ lives by with […]

Summer SAD

This month as your mental health resident Doctor here at Lyric Health, I want to discuss a mood disorder that usually occurs in the late fall and winter months when it is colder and there is less sunlight. Symptoms include: However, Winter SAD may begin to lessen or go away during spring and summer, because […]

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