Like every mental health care provider at this moment, you’re faced with navigating the transition to providing client care via telemental health. As a group practice leader, you’re navigating this change not just for yourself, but for your whole team.
How can you manage this transition in a way that ensures the provision of clinically-effective standards-based care? What components do you need to have in place to facilitate this transition in a way that not only meets and responds to current needs, but also positions your practice to be strengthened by it in a way that will serve it in the long-term and position you to capture the opportunities that having a telemental health component of your practice can provide?
Zoom’s boom has made privacy issues become apparent. Those issues doesn’t leave us feeling confident that Zoom is something we can recommend for healthcare.
This event has passed. The recording can be found on our front page. See the Front Page What does a therapist do when they have no choice but to engage in a modality or medium they have no previous experience with? They go get competence to the standard of care as fast as they can, […]
Therapists across the country are unsure if our practices are “essential services” — especially since we’re all doing telehealth now, anyways. Are they?
The HIPAA people declared today that they are greatly reducing restrictions on which video services HIPAA covered entities can legally use.
This free event will help mental/behavioral health clinicians get moving with telehealth quickly while still maintaining at least a minimum standard of care
I’m feeling fortunate the coronavirus has arrived when telehealth standards are well developed. To help, we’re running a deep sale on our training programs.
Staying away from our routines, even when sick, is tough for Americans. We think that therapists equipped with the power of telemental health can help.
If you’re a traveling telemental health professional who needs to use someone else’s WiFi and still keep up security duties, there’s a great tool: the VPN
This year we’re talking about cross-state practice. We’re also talking about developments in privacy laws that can impact our practices.