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Telemedicine and the Role of State Medical Boards

Telepsychiatry via interactive or synchronous video-conferencing, a form of telemedicine, is bound by a broad tapestry of laws and regulations across the United States.

Advocating for Telepsychiatry in Psychiatric Training

How can the field of psychiatry facilitate the process of preparing early career psychiatrists for new opportunities to improve the quality of psychiatric care for under-served populations, while also developing new practice opportunities, via telepsychiatry?

Know the Basics: Applying Telepsychiatry for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

People with intellectual (ID) and developmental disabilities (DD) and suffering from co-morbid psychiatric or behavioral disorders need specialized behavioral and psychiatric evaluation and intervention. This intervention is usually available within state-operated intermediate care facilities for the developmentally disabled (ICF/DD).

How Do You Train for Telepsychiatry?

Telepsychiatry – in the form of live interactive videoconferencing – has become a core tool of daily clinical practice. Many health care institutions and individual psychiatrists are using telepsychiatry in a wide range of clinical models and settings; however, implementation is occurring in uneven patterns across the country.

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