Workit Health, the nation’s premier provider of telehealth addiction treatment, announces today their LegitScript certification after an extensive review of the company’s treatment practices.
Workit Health and Ascension’s Brighton Center for Recovery announced an innovative clinical pilot partnership to provide patients with a seamless addiction care experience. The two industry-leading organizations are teaming up to provide a full spectrum of addiction care, including prevention, inpatient and outpatient treatment, aftercare, and recovery.
The White House Commission on Combating Drug Addiction’s interim report recommended the President declare a national public health emergency due to the opioid crisis. Lisa McLaughlin and Robin McIntosh, Co-CEOs of Workit Health, the world’s first online addiction care program, respond with the following statement.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Workit a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant of $225,000. The funding will be used for the development of an addiction ”thrive-meter” that will assist individuals in identifying and achieving their desired health goals.
Three Ann Arbor companies took home a combined $100,000 in prize money last week at the Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition in Detroit.
Among them, Workit Health, an Oakland, CA and Ann Arbor, MI based innovative digital program for overcoming addictive behaviors, won $25,000 awards in the University Research Highlight and People's Choice categories.
This year's semi-finalists for the state's largest business plan competition were narrowed down from nearly 200 applicants across the state and also included Ann Arbor's ContentOro, PreDxion Bio, and ShapeLog.