Telebehavioral health has been accepted as a proven medium for increasing access to psychiatric, mental and behavioral healthcare by connecting individuals to providers through video calls. Today, in-home, mobile, outpatient and primary care models of telebehavioral health allow for community-based care that addresses behavioral health issues before they reach critical levels. On-demand models of care offer timely services to individuals in the emergency department (ED), psychiatric crisis centers or in the community through mobile crisis teams. There are more patients, employers, health systems and payers employing telehealth, as well as more providers becoming involved in telehealth work in a range of fields, like psychiatry.
The first thing to ask yourself may be, “What are my organization’s overall strategic priorities?” Example questions may include:
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