Telepsychiatry: Reaching More Patients For Better Outcomes March 18, 2017

By Dr. Jim Varrell, InSight's Medical Director. Every year, about 42.5 million Americans struggle with mental illness — enduring stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, mood disorders or other psychological concerns. Despite the availability of treatment most people don’t get the help they need, not necessarily due to stigma or denial, but because they can’t: it’s inconvenient or mental healthcare providers aren’t available in their area or within the time frame they need an appointment.   Read the Full Article 

Leaders in Mental Health Join Forces to Address Issue #B4Stage4 January 13, 2017

#B4Stage4 is an in-depth, online program specifically aimed at those working to improve mental health across the nation. It examines the challenges facing the country, the success of MHA’s online screening tools; innovations in the field that allow personalized pathways for all patients; and continued support and understanding in managing any condition.

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Telebehavioral Health Services for Mental Wellness October 5, 2016

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, InSight Telepsychiatry’s own Scott Baker was interviewed by WIVB-TV News 4 in Buffalo, NY and asked to discuss how telebehavioral health services like Inpathy can increase access to mental and behavioral health care.

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Hawaii Teens Go Off-Island for Counseling: Any Other Options? June 1, 2016

June 2016 | A report shows Hawaii teens seeking mental health treatment often have to leave the island to find it. What are patients in other remote areas trying? By Lucy Schouten View this story is on The Christian Science Monitor. Read the Full Article 

Innovative ACT Program Utilizing Telepsychiatry to Be Highlighted at American Telemedicine Association Annual Conference May 17, 2016

Representatives from Resources for Human Development and InSight Telepsychiatry will discuss a first-of-its-kind program that brings telepsychiatry to individuals with severe mental illness receiving care through assertive community treatment programs in Delaware.

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