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Mental Health in the Workplace
By Nate Ortiz from Lynchburg Business Magazine
Mental Illness can cause serious disruption in everyday life.
In any given year, approximately one in 25 adults in the United States experiences a serious mental illness that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities and one in 10 employees suffers from depression. This includes the ability to perform effectively or efficiently at work.
Behavioral Health Benefit with Telepsychiatry
By Barry Doan from Benefits Pro
The value of an employer’s health benefit strategy is intrinsically linked to its ability to address an employee’s total health—both physical and mental. That’s why overall wellness trends are shifting to better acknowledge the strong connection between a robust behavioral health care benefit and better overall health, ultimately resulting in improved employee productivity.
Telepsychiatry: What to Look for in 2018
By Geoffrey Boyce from Behavioral Healthcare Executive.
In the world of telehealth, what a difference a few years can make. The industry has moved from burgeoning to mainstream and is seen as a viable model for behavioral healthcare. In fact, industry professional shortages are catapulting adoption and use of telepsychiatry to address unmet psychiatric needs in all states. The field of telepsychiatry has much to celebrate in recent years, and the outlook ahead is brighter than ever. Here are five top predictions about where telepsychiatry is headed in 2018.
Joel Friedman, PhD, Presents at OPEN MINDS
September 2017 | On Wednesday, August 15, the clinical director of CFG, who is also uses Inpathy, will present during the session called Using Technology to Improve Consumer Engagement: A Look at Successful Models for Engagement. This session will feature “Getting Ahead of the Curve: Layering Home-Based Telehealth into an Existing Outpatient Mental Health Clinic” presented by Joel Freidman, PhD.
Olivia Boyce Speaks at MHA’s 2017 Conference
June 2017 | Olivia Boyce, marketing and communications manager at InSight Telepsychiatry, spoke at the Mental Health America (MHA) 2017 Annual Conference held in Washington, D.C. She discussed the mental health landscape in Montana and then presented on an innovative telehealth program that the MHA of Montana Chapter is using to bring increased access to mental health care to this underserved state