With our increasing mobile society, it’s only reasonable that practitioners learn to maintain the continuity of care when their patients cannot come to the office, leave town or relocate to other areas.
Licensed professionals are obligated to follow an accepted “standard of care” that included procedures to use for mandated reporting. First, that standard of care has not yet been expanded to include email, chat room or videoconferencing via public, unsecured VOIP-based platforms.
As a health care provider, I’m concerned that so many large and small websites are now offering “ask-a-doctor” type services, and claiming that their practitioners are “licensed.” I’m writing this blog to pose these questions: Does their licensure signify that …
Concurrently, standard ethical requirements promulgated by most professional mental health associations point to the need for professionals venturing into new areas to undertake
When people come to the website and pay their money, they really don’t have a clue who they’re really speaking to.