Telebehavioral Health Teams in the ED
How to Establish a Successful Hospital-Based Telepsychiatry Program
“How long will it take to set up? When can we launch it?”
These are the most common questions when jump-starting a telepsychiatry program. As telehealth adoption increases across hospitals and health systems, stakeholders should be cautious of unrealistic timelines and silver bullet solutions that don’t grasp the nature of behavioral health challenges within your community.
More clinicians are choosing to work in telehealth than ever before. As the industry matures and more competitors enter the market, clinicians have more options in where they chose to work. What makes them choose one provider organization over another?
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Quality behavioral health care remains frustratingly out of reach across America. With few psychiatrists available in many parts of the country, this lack of coverage comes during a time when many of these services are needed now more than ever. Against this backdrop, the need for innovation in practicing quality mental health care is resoundingly clear.
Communities across the nation face a shortage of behavioral health providers. Approximately 123 million Americans live in a mental health professional shortage area and 96% of counties in the U.S. have an unmet need for psychiatric prescribers.
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InSight + Regroup Joins Other Signatories in Urging Congress to Make Telehealth Flexibilities Permanent
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ - InSight + Regroup is honored to present during ATA2020. As an experienced leader in telehealth industry, InSight + Regroup will share its expertise and success implementing telepsychiatry solutions across the continuum of care. Touted as the world’s largest telehealth innovation event, the American Telemedicine Association's annual conference will be held virtually from June 22 – 26, 2020.
With the splash that telehealth has made recently, this year’s virtual version of the conference is sure to be one of the most relevant events of 2020 and essential to learning about how healthcare organizations, clinicians, and individuals are viewing a world where telehealth is now the expectation, not the exception.
Lessons Learned in Implementing Telemental and Behavioral Health Programs
On Wednesday, June 24, David Cohn, Chief Growth Office of InSight + Regroup, will participate in a panel discussion to share best practices and lessons learned in implementing telepsychiatry programs in different care settings. Drawing from his experience working with hundreds of healthcare organizations across the country, Cohn will examine regulatory, operational and clinical considerations as well as offer insight into how patients and clinicians have responded to this model of care. Cohn will also address how COVID-19 has affected the telebehavioral health industry and discuss expectations for the future of industry in terms of policy and practice in the aftermath of the pandemic.
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ – InSight + Regroup recently appointed Drs. Jamie Evans and Marissa Stridiron to serve as associate medical directors for On-Demand Services.
Over the last week racial events have triggered raw emotion across the country.
At InSight + Regroup we have zero tolerance for injustice, discrimination or racism. We take a stand for removing the structural barriers that impact Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Systemic racism exists within the healthcare system and within the communities and patient populations we serve. Black individuals are more likely to experience serious mental illness and more likely to receive inadequate treatment. We must do better.
We support Black voices and outcries against inequality. We want to play an active role in improvement.
As an organization that employs mental health professionals and serves hundreds of communities across the country, we must actively work to break down the health disparities within Black communities that make access to care inequitable.
We must do our part to learn, listen and examine our personal and systemic biases that make their way into treatment and into who has access to that mental health care.
We must examine our own operations and areas our organization is falling short.
We are asking our clinicians to acknowledge the historical, sociocultural, and individual factors that influence the care they deliver.
We are imploring our team to listen empathically to one another, to examine our personal blind spots to root out ways we maintain inequality, and to check-in on one another.
We are asking everyone to take time to learn and have assembled some clinician-recommended resources.
We advocate for a positive change in our country, and we appreciate what you do as well.
Chief Executive Officer
InSight + Regroup