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Category Archives: Behavioral Health

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How a Patient Attendance Predictor with Engagement Can Reduce No-Shows

April 13, 2022

It’s no secret that patient no-shows are a drain to medical practices like yours. In fact, you lose an estimated $200 in revenue for every missed appointment. Unfortunately, that’s part of owning a medical or mental health care practice. But … Continue reading

8 Creative Ways to Increase Patient Volume Using Telehealth

March 1, 2022

You provide excellent medical care and deliver a high-quality patient experience. Your practice adapted and changed how you operate amid a worldwide pandemic. But you lost revenue, and patients fell behind on their regular care routines. So what are some … Continue reading

Why You Need to Switch to HIPAA Compliant Telehealth, NOW

September 2, 2021

Privacy is one of the most important parts of a patient’s healthcare experience. Disclosing protected health information (PHI) can cause serious harm to a patient’s safety, personal life, and state of mind. Data breaches or mishandling can also put a … Continue reading

How to Choose the Best Telemedicine Software for your Practice

July 8, 2021

Telemedicine providers are changing healthcare worldwide. More and more practices are adopting telemedicine. How can you start searching for the right solution? There are many top telemedicine software options to consider, making it challenging to narrow down your options. It … Continue reading

Why Healthcare Organizations of All Sizes Must Fully Integrate Telehealth in 2021

January 25, 2021

Telehealth is more important now than ever. Below is an excerpt from Mend’s latest eBook which discusses how practices of all sizes can easily integrate telehealth. If you would like to download the entire eBook, you can do so for … Continue reading

How the Latest Pandemic Relief Bill Effects Telehealth

January 18, 2021

Telehealth advocates aren’t impressed with the lack of support for connected health services in the latest pandemic relief package. While the $900 billion bill, passed by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump shortly before Christmas, does include funding for broadband … Continue reading

Telehealth Guidelines for Indian Health Service Facilities

January 11, 2021

Recently Indian Health Services (IHS), which is managed by the Department of Health and Human Services announced its desire to expand telehealth across IHS federal facilities. Telehealth services allow patients can stay home and reduce their risk of infection and … Continue reading

Telehealth Guidelines for Your FQHC Facilities

January 4, 2021

Federal officials have clarified new telehealth reimbursement rules for federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) and rural health clinics (RHCs), giving those sites more opportunities to use connected health services during the Coronavirus pandemic. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) … Continue reading

6 Crucial Considerations for Integrating Telemedicine with your Healthcare Practice

December 7, 2020

Today, the majority of primary care physicians fret that telemedicine is way too time-consuming and complicated for them to execute in their already busy practices. However, physicians who have adopted this state-of-the-art technology advise there is absolutely no need to … Continue reading

How Telehealth is Improving Behavioral Health Care Outcome in Our Children

November 23, 2020

Behavioral health providers have been utilizing telehealth for some time now, but one particular group has demonstrated an especially positive impact—our children. There is some preliminary evidence that videoconferencing offers advantages for the youth and adolescents, including less self-consciousness, increased … Continue reading

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