In my last blog post I discussed the cause-effect relationship telehealth is having on interstate treatment and multi-state licensure trends. Today I will go into more detail surrounding the nuances of interstate telehealth laws and how best to coordinate your transition online within the parameters
Understanding the laws and regulations for telehealth can be difficult. Because laws and regulations for behavioral health services are different in every state you will want to be sure and call your state licensing board to learn about the specific rules and regulations in your state.
In the world today people are often beset with the challenge of obtaining the mental health treatment they need. There are several barriers that pervade through people's lives that lead to them to miss out on this treatment.
So you are all set to have an online session with a client. Here are five items to check off your list to ensure your session is a successful one.
VisuWell provides a telemedicine platform for health organizations with any specialty mix. The platform enables any provider group or hospital to add virtual patient encounters to their care delivery model, increasing access and reducing cost.
Get a quick update on federal legislation related to telehealth, specific to chronic care and veterans.
Telemedicine legislation is quickly changing due to growing demand from employers, patients, and providers. 2017 brought many state level telehealth legislation updates and in 9 states this new legislation takes effect in January 2018.
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.