Category: Telebehavioral Health

Postpartum Telemedicine: Self-Care After Baby

After the precious bundles of joy make their long-awaited debut, comes the routine of diapers, nursing, and sleepless nights, and sometimes postpartum depression (PPD).  CDC research shows about 1 in 9 women experience symptoms of PPD.  

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Mental Health in the Media

Content and ideas spread by the media have a direct relationship with how the public views mental health and at WeCounsel, we have a vested interest in the media portrayal of mental health.

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Why BHI?

At WeCounsel, we’re supporters for behavioral health integration, and we’re not alone.  Practices of all sizes and locations have benefitted from Behavioral Health Integration (BHI).  It’s nearly a magic pill, perfect for all practices that are searching for improved outcomes and a way to manage increased demand.

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The Unique Solution to Lack of Behavioral Access

Learn how VisuWell & WeCounsel are shifting behavioral demand to where capacity exists, solving the behavioral access and supply challenge. Virtual Behavioral Health Integration is the key to improving outcomes and reducing overall cost of care, and the VisuWell/WeCounsel team is the company leading the way.

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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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