Concurrently, standard ethical requirements promulgated by most professional mental health associations point to the need for professionals venturing into new areas to undertake
TeleMental Health Blog
When people come to the website and pay their money, they really don’t have a clue who they’re really speaking to.
Telehealth and telemedicine protocols typically involve the presence of a licensed practitioner either in the room with the patient or very nearby, such as in the adjoining room.
If you are a licensed healthcare professional wanting to counsel on the Internet, you are subject to the same laws that regulate the practice of telehealth and telemedicine. Until there is a substantial change of legislation, those laws are very clear in most states that the all healthcare practitioners must be licensed in the state of residence of the patient.
How will the recent developments in social media influence you and your work in the next decade? Watch this short video and get a glimpse of what is to come!
Those of us lecturing across the country in 1997 predicted that video was the medium of the future for behavioral health care. Now 12 years later, the US government sees fit to approve “telehealth” care through TriCare, the third-party carrier for many military and their dependents.
If you are like many professionals who are toying with the idea of practicing online, you’ve probably been giving consideration to whether or not Skype meets requirements for security. You may know about the type of security required for electronic contact tith …
Introduction to the teleheatlh blog, also discussing telemedicine, ehealth and various aspects of technology in health care.