CYBHI Virtual Services and E-Consults Platforms Webcast

CYBHI Virtual Services and E-Consults Platforms Webcast

Prerecorded training available OnDemand at your convenience. (Recorded 04/26/24)

The Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative (CYBHI) seeks to support patients, their caregivers, and providers to improve the mental health outcomes of youth ages 0-25. In this webcast, representatives from the Department of Health Care Services and the CYBHI review two important components of the initiative, including the virtual services platform and e-consults. Presenters provide the information for how to effectively engage with the virtual services and e-consult platforms in their practice and support conveying the resources to patients.

The two virtual services platforms (for ages 0-12 and caregivers; and youth ages 13-25) are web and app-based platforms available to all Californians offering free one-on-one support with live coaching, multimedia resources, wellness exercises, peer communities, and crisis services to support children, youth, and families.

The e-consult platform is a partnership with the UCSF Child and Adolescent Psychiatry program to provide primary care providers with virtual consultation to support providers with diagnosis, pharmacology, and treatment of child and young adult (ages 0-25) patients within the primary care setting.

Sohil Sud, MD, Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative, California Health and Human Services
Autumn Boylan, Deputy Director, Department of Health Care Services



  • Overview the purpose, intended audience, and essential functionality of the virtual services and e-consults platforms.
  • Understand how the virtual services and platform compliments health center’s service lines and how health centers can incorporate the platform into their suite of wrap around supports.
  • Learn strategies for successfully marketing the virtual services platform with patients.
  • Understand how health centers may engage with the e-consults system to support providers in appropriately diagnosing, prescribing, and referring children and youth (ages 0-25) with psychiatric support.


  • Sohil Sud, MD, Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative, California Health and Human Services
  • Autumn Boylan, Deputy Director, Department of Health Care Services

There is no fee for this session.

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