J. technol. behav. sci. (2017) 1:1–2 DOI 10.1007/s41347-017-0018-2 EDITORIAL Introducing a New Journal at the Interface of Technology, Psychology, Medicine, Policy, Health Administration, and Behavioral Science Donald M. Hilty Published online: 14 August 2017 Springer International Publishing 2017 BWe need approaches to the solutions that aren’t just technology for psychiatry, psychology, social work, counseling, arithmetic and additive, but are in some sense logarith- marriage and family therapy, addictions, nursing practice, behav- mic. This will require us to reach across historic bound- ior analysis, health coaching, and other professions. Prior to aries and unlock the potential of collaboration across CTiBS’s founding, members had worked together for over the usual disciplines.^ Jeffrey S. Flier, MD – Dean of five years to expand awareness of its priorities by US national the Faculty of Medicine, Harvard’s First Forum on professional associations. This work has led to the launch of this Health Care Innovation, July, 2013 first issue—actualizing the vision and mission of CTiBS through JTiBS. Dr. Flier’s remarks above reflect the imperatives of the This Journal has been designed to help professionals meet Health Care Innovation Forum which were: the increasingly complex needs of those seeking mental health care. In the current technological
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