Telehealth Jobs from Home: Legal & Ethical Challenges/Opportunities

Telehealth Jobs from Home: Legal & Ethical Challenges/Opportunities

1 CME/CE Hour Available

Curious about telehealth jobs from home?

Tens of thousands of mental health professionals are already loving their home telehealth practices. Attend this hands-on, “how-to” webinar to see how home telehealth is done both legally and ethically to serve a wide variety of populations. You will be delighted to see several viable models that meet all required legal and ethical mandates, are evidence-based and are financially successful — not only in the United States but across the globe.

As industry leaders in the legal and ethical issues surrounding telemental health service delivery, the TeleMental Health / Telebehavioral Health Institute will:

  • Help you understand why evidence-based telemental health is growing so rapidly, enjoys professional credibility
  • Outline how such practice can help you lower overhead expenses for your clinic, agency or independent practice
  • Explain how federal HIPAA & HITECH agencies, regulatory boards, professional associations, malpractice carriers, reimbursement sources and clients/patients view home telehealth
  • Give you a snapshot of how behavioral healthcare is being transformed during our lifetimes, how you can be part of this transformation, and help you re-define your future, starting today

Event Details: Telehealth Jobs from Home

Home-Based Telemental Health Webinar

  • Where: 100% Online
  • Fully recorded and available 24/7 after the event to review anytime for 6 months from registration date
  • What: Live & recorded event includes access, slides, and handout
  • Cost: $49 (1-CME or CE hour)

Learning Objectives

  • Intelligently discuss the broad pros and cons of working from your home telehealth practice
  • Identify three specific ethical issues that are of relevance when working from your home
  • List two legal issues that are of relevance with a telehealth job from home
  • Outline how to deal with payors who may choose to list your home-based office address on their website or unexpectedly visit your home to conduct an inspection of your “office”
  • Describe how to deal with family issues with your home telehealth practice
  • Name at least three areas in which job opportunities are available for clinicians who want to work from home
  • Name three independent authorities to inform regarding your home telehealth practice to minimize risk
  • Outline at least seven evidence-based models for treating specific populations with a home telehealth practice





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