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Melissa Unruh

Melissa Unruh (she/her) is the Vice President of Clinical Informatics and Analytics at Holmusk and is based in Kansas City, Missouri. She has a master’s degree in forensic psychology and has worked in the behavioral health field for the last 20 years. The first half of her career was spent working in community mental health, substance use and development disability organizations in Virginia and the latter developing, strategizing, and implementing technology specifically for behavioral health clinicians. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her 2 kids, 2 dogs and watching/reading all things true crime.

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A look inside NeuroBlu: Structured socioenvironmental stressor data

Huge amounts of data are collected throughout a person’s journey through the behavioral healthcare system. From demographic data captured during intake to in-depth conversations between patients and clinicians about symptoms, daily activities, and goals, most of the information captured about a patient becomes part of their electronic health record (EHR). 

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