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.
Telemedicine. What does that word mean to you? For many patients, this word means better, faster access to healthcare with more secure options.
Some of today’s LGBT youth face a lot of stigma and scrutiny within their daily lives, even when trying to receive medical care.
When it comes to telemedicine, navigating the reimbursement scene may seem tricky, but it doesn’t have to be!
Project ECHO, a telemedicine program started at the University of New Mexico is undergoing adoption
While a large majority of Americans today identify as sufferers of anxiety, depression, or another sort of mental health condition
As many providers have embraced telemental health to reach patients, the delivery platform being used should be considered.
So you’re ready to to adopt a telemental health strategy but you’re unsure how to reach your patients.
You are probably already aware that approximately 20% of young people in the United States ages 9-17 have diagnosable psychiatric disorders.
Telemental health solutions are increasingly seen as critical components of providing effective and efficient patient-centered care.