Telehealth during Coronavirus

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    • #30610
      Leslie A. Epstein
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      Does anybody have a reliable safe way to do telehealth during this complicated time when people need to do social distancing? I know one therapist who is doing it. In the past, there was a very negative attitude toward this in here.

      Thanks for any opinions in advance.

      Stay healthy!

      Leslie Epstein

    • #30613
      Celine MonifCeline Monif
      Participant

      Sorry for your past experience. Telehealth is something that all therapists, even ones who strongly prefer in-office, have to acknowledge as part of the norm now. APPT is preparing resources right now to post in our forums, you should be seeing it in a day or so.

    • #30614
      Cole Johnson
      Participant

      I have used Doxy.me a few times and it has worked really well for me and my clients say that it is very easy to use. It’s free, HIPAA compliant, and has a business associates agreement. I’ve heard nothing but good things about it.

    • #30623
      Beth StrattonBeth Stratton
      Participant

      We signed up for VSee…I am totally new to this…we just figured Doxy.me was going to be inundated with new subscribers and we needed the functionality for prescribers. I suppose I will find out this week what it’s all about. Good luck everyone who is providing services. My caseload has dropped off dramatically past 10 days or so…and the ones that are left aren’t excited about telehealth. We do what we can…

    • #30624
      Lisa Merrifield
      Participant

      If telehealth turns out not to be workable or clinically productive for your clients, do you think you will apply for unemployment?

      Lisa

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