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Get Paid for Telehealth: 7 Questions to Ask Insurance Companies

Interest in telehealth keeps growing for both patients and providers, but the current regulatory landscape is difficult to navigate. We have some tips to help you get reimbursed by insurance payers for teletherapy.

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Why Do People Self-Medicate to Manage Mental Health?

On July 16th, 2022, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline went live. People experiencing mental distress can call the 988 number instead of 911 or the existing National Suicide Prevention number, 1-800-273-8255.

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The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is Live

On July 16th, 2022, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline went live. People experiencing mental distress can call the 988 number instead of 911 or the existing National Suicide Prevention number, 1-800-273-8255.

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Improving Patient Portal Adoption Rates

From communication to scheduling and prescribing, patient portals have made it possible for individuals to play a more active role in their care.

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The Connection Between Mental Health and Burnout

While burnout is not recognized as a mental disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), it is closely tied to mental health. The symptoms of some mental health conditions can be attributed to burnout one might be experiencing.

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Setting Healthy Boundaries Between Therapists and Patients

Learning how to set healthy boundaries is integral to making sure your patients are well taken care of and that you are approaching the relationship responsibly as their provider.

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Why Do People Delay or Avoid Treatment?

Thousands of individuals across the country put off getting the care they need even though it could help them. Why do they do this?

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How to Improve Medication Adherence

According to psychiatry.org, individuals in the LGBTQIA+ community are more than twice as likely as people who are heterosexual to have a mental health disorder in their lifetime. They are 2.5 times more likely to experience depression, anxiety, and substance misuse compared to heterosexual individuals because of the stigma and discrimination they face. Despite their clear need for mental health help, LGBTQIA+ individuals also face significant barriers when seeking treatment for mental health conditions and can struggle to find mental health specialists who can help them properly.

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How Loneliness Impacts Mental Health

According to a 2018 national survey by Cigna, loneliness levels are higher than ever, with nearly half of individuals reporting they sometimes or always feel alone.

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5 Ways to Improve Mental Health Care for LGBTQIA+ Patients

According to psychiatry.org, individuals in the LGBTQIA+ community are more than twice as likely as people who are heterosexual to have a mental health disorder in their lifetime. They are 2.5 times more likely to experience depression, anxiety, and substance misuse compared to heterosexual individuals because of the stigma and discrimination they face. Despite their clear need for mental health help, LGBTQIA+ individuals also face significant barriers when seeking treatment for mental health conditions and can struggle to find mental health specialists who can help them properly.

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