Meeting the Demand for Mental Health in Rural America – Virtually
Since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis began, mental illness continues to wreak havoc on rural communities across America. How are rural healthcare providers addressing the sharp increase in demand for access to mental healthcare expertise?
Join Dr. Thomas Young, founder, and chief medical officer of nView Health and Caley Berkeley, solution engineer of Azalea Health, as they discuss how forward-thinking, rural healthcare providers are able to better serve their mental health patients in the following ways:
- Remotely Screen and Interview
- Remotely Diagnose
- Remotely Consult
- Remotely Monitor
With an integrated and online approach to diagnosing and treating mental health patients, rural communities are gaining greater access to the care they need while rural providers are receiving the reimbursements they need to continue to support their communities. Attendees will learn practical guidance on how to:
- Establish a completely virtual experience for patients who cannot attend an in-person consultation.
- Identify new revenue sources with online diagnostic interviews and monitors.
- Learn best practices for building an integrated telepsychiatry program.