Verily's OneFifteen rehab campus ramps up telehealth as opioid overdoses rise

To expand access to services during the pandemic, Verily's OneFifteen ramped up telehealth services to ensure those needing addiction services do not experience a gap in care. (Getty/AndreyPopov)

A year ago, Verily partnered with Premier Health and Kettering Health Network to open a tech-enabled addiction treatment center in Dayton, Ohio.

Verily, the life sciences arm of Google-parent company Alphabet, said it was building OneFifteen as a "learning health system" for addiction and rehabilitation that aims to address a critical information gap in addiction medicine.

The OneFifteen campus, which opened in July 2019, is named for the 115 people who died each day from opioid overdoses in the U.S. in 2017.