Telebehavioral Health Best Practices
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As clinical practices incorporate telehealth services, many wonder how the business of telehealth works. Can you make a living working full-time online as a solo provider or a large practice? How is marketing for Telemental Health, practice management, and billing different than in-person services? What kinds of telehealth services are legal and ethical during COVID and after? Learn best practices, legal and ethical requirements for the practice of Telehealth from Jay Ostrowski, one of the leading experts in Telemental Health.
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- Recognize best practices specific to Telebehavioral Health
- Identify the essential ingredients of a successful long-term Telemental Health or Telebehavioral Health program
- Identify types of legal and ethical Telemental Health services
- Identify online services opportunities that extend staff capabilities
Jay Ostrowski, MA, LPC-S, NCC, ACS, BC-TMHPhD, LCSW-C, LCADC, is an informative and entertaining trainer and expert in Telemental Health. As the CEO of Behavioral Health Innovation, he serves as a Telemental Health trainer and consultant for SAMHSA, HRSA, Universities, State governments, and healthcare organizations. He’s the founder and Director of both the Telebehavioral Center of Excellence for the University of Virginia and the Board Certification in Telemental Health. He's created 9 peer-reviewed telemental health courses and designed/developed 12 telehealth software platforms to date, including Adaptive Telehealth, the most versatile telehealth software on the market. As a research partner with Harvard Medical School, Jay keeps up with the changing state license requirements for 8 healthcare professions across all US States and DC. He also serves as the go-to person for the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center for Telemental Health providing Telebehavioral Health training and consultations. You can connect with Jay Ostrowski on LinkedIn or through any of the above organizations.