Monthly Archives: November 2017

Telemental services now in schools: What you need to know

Telemedicine has come a long way in connecting mental health professionals with patients in need, now extending its digital arm into schools across the country.

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Let’s “Talk Telehealth”

Telemedicine. What does that word mean to you? For many patients, this word means better, faster access to healthcare with more secure options.

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LGBT & Telemedicine: Why it’s Important

Some of today’s LGBT youth face a lot of stigma and scrutiny within their daily lives, even when trying to receive medical care.

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Your Guide on Reimbursement

When it comes to telemedicine, navigating the reimbursement scene may seem tricky, but it doesn’t have to be!

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Project ECHO Undergoes Expansion

Project ECHO, a telemedicine program started at the University of New Mexico is undergoing adoption

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Behavioral Telemedicine Goes Mainstream

While a large majority of Americans today identify as sufferers of anxiety, depression, or another sort of mental health condition

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When it comes to Telehealth, say “No” to Skype!

As many providers have embraced telemental health to reach patients, the delivery platform being used should be considered.

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Taking the Mystery out of Marketing Your Online Behavioral Health Practice

So you’re ready to to adopt a telemental health strategy but you’re unsure how to reach your patients.

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“Telemental” Healthcare and Today’s Youth, Why It’s Important

You are probably already aware that approximately 20% of young people in the United States ages 9-17 have diagnosable psychiatric disorders.

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Behavioral health professionals, this one’s for you!

Telemental health solutions are increasingly seen as critical components of providing effective and efficient patient-centered care.

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