Telehealth is a form of video conferencing allowing psychiatrists and therapists to provide services to patients outside of the office, for example at the patient’s home or workplace. It also provides the opportunity for consultation with family members, and other providers involved in the patient’s care. Surveyed patients participating in telemedicine say they are very satisfied with the care they are receiving and that they feel telemedicine is a reliable form of practice. In addition, they find that they are able to keep their appointments on a more regular basis.
- Initial Assessments and Evaluations
- Medication Management
- Medication-Assisted Treatment
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
*Neuropsych Testing, TMS, injectable medications and laboratory tests require in-person visits.
**Excludes Group Therapy and IOP