The path to zero suicide: using technology as a means of prevention

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. Unfortunately, current screening and assessment methods can often miss those who are at risk. In light of recent world events, the potential for suicidal behavior is increasing. While the effects of COVID-19 on suicide rates continues to be studied, it’s clear that the pandemic has a negative impact on mental health overall. In this session, leaders from Cerner, Rogers Behavioral Health and Menninger Clinic will discuss how technology and data can help identify those who may be high risk for suicidal behavior.


The speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.

  • Session Type:Breakout
  • Learning objective 1:Describe how technology and data can help identify those who may be at high risk for suicidal behavior.
  • Learning objective 2:Define the suicide prevention challenges that U.S. behavioral health organizations are facing.
  • Learning objective 3:Identify future innovations in suicide risk detection technology.
  • Content topics:Care Continuum
  • Continuing education credits:ASWB, CME, CNE, AARC
  • Solutions:Millennium
  • Target audience:Clinical, Information Technology, Patient Engagement
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