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    off-site patients through your
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    via your secure, branded portal

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What is Telepsychiatry

Telepsychiatry connects psychiatrists and other mental health providers with their patients via online video sessions. With telepsychiatry, there is no need for either patient or physician to travel to an office. With CloudVisit's telepsychiatry platform, HIPAA-compliant video sessions can be done from anywhere – all you need is a broadband internet connection, computer or laptop, and a webcam. This convenience expands your availability and outreach, making it easier to give your patients the most attentive care when and where they need it. Routine counseling and behavioral therapy are enhanced when patients can participate from the comfort of home.

Telepsychiatry makes mental healthcare adaptable for both patients and physicians. With telepsychiatry, mental health professionals can conduct face-to-face video sessions with patients who are homebound or disabled, incarcerated, living in nursing homes or assisted living facilities, receiving inpatient care and living in an institution such as a substance abuse rehabilitation center.

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The Benefits of CloudVisit Telepsychiaty in Correctional Facilities

04/11/2014
When telemedicine was introduced, psychiatry became one of the medical fields to quickly adapt. Now, as telepsychiatry is more widely used, it is becoming more apparent that correctional institutions are ideal environments for taking advantage of the benefits of telepsychiatry. As far back as 2006, Judith Stanley, Director of Accreditation for the National Commission on Correctional Health Care, “This field is just going to keep growing. There is such a need.”


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The Use and Benefits of Telemedicine in Elementary and High Schools

04/02/2014
Telemedicine, one of many growing uses of information technology, has made it possible to bring patients and medical services together through online video sessions. Both the doctor and patient can see, hear, and speak to each other regardless of the distance between them. There seems to be no end to the fields where telehealth is being applied to bring healthcare services to all communities. And nowhere is the need greater than in providing quality and timely telehealthcare for children.


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Pediatric and Adolescent Telepsychiatry: Reaching out to underserved, rural areas

04/11/2014
Telepsychiatry allows a psychiatrist to easily and conveniently evaluate, consult with, and treat children and adolescents living in areas lacking sufficient numbers of healthcare providers. As a solution, CloudVisit Telepsychiatry links the doctor to the patient simply using a computer, webcam, and internet connection. The ease and comfort with which children and adolescents have using audio, video, and computer technology, makes them an ideal population for telepsychiatry solutions. The secure, HIPAA-compliant online video sessions feel as private and personal as face-to-face office visits, and have been proven to be just as beneficial.


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The Benefits of Telepsychiatry for Homebound Patients

04/02/2014
One segment of the population where telemedicine and telepsychiatry has been successful is in the care for homebound patients – primarily the elderly. The growing number of people entering their senior years have created issues to which the healthcare system has looked to technology to help resolve.

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