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November 2017

Telehealth: Transforming Child Mental Health Care

By Jeanine Miles, LPC from NAMI

Unprecedented need exists for child and adolescent mental health services in today’s communities, however, parents have limited options at their disposal. Shortages of child psychologists and psychiatrists are leaving our most vulnerable populations without care. Currently, all U.S. states are facing high or severe shortages, with many communities lacking even one qualified child and adolescent psychiatrist.

October 2017

Crisis Behavioral Health Readiness

By Geoffrey Boyce from Healthcare Financial Management Association

Behavioral health emergencies affecting whole communities can arise suddenly and can be as unpredictable as the weather. Recent natural disasters such as Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria serve as reminders that all communities are vulnerable to the kind of crisis exposure that turns lives upside down and results in extensive emotional turmoil.

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September 2017

Telepsychiatry: Advancing Connected Community Models

By James Varrell, M.D. from Health IT Outcomes. The concept of “connected community” holds great potential for elevating and improving behavioral health outcomes for all patients. Connected communities proactively address a patient’s whole health—both physical and mental—and benefit from a comprehensive, multi-faceted behavioral health strategy.

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Press Releases

September 2017

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.

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June 2017

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

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Video Library

Why Moms Love Their Inpathy Private Practices

The Consumer Experience with Telebehavioral Health

Why Children and Teens Love Telebehavioral Health

Telebehavioral health and the Human Connection

MHA and InSight Team Up to Address Mental Illness #B4Stage4 with Telehealth

The Consumer Experience with Telebehavioral Health