How to implement teletherapy and improve access to care

Renée Daley, LCSWClinical Team

Healthcare | Industry | May 21, 2018

Click here to access a FREE teletherapy webinar.

I’m sure it’s a familiar story for many of you: as a social work student, I dreamt of the day I would have a private practice and a caseload of clients seeking help that I had trained long and hard to provide. I did not, however, expect all the challenges of owning my own business: leasing space, billing, scheduling, marketing, ensuring compliance with laws and regulations — the list goes on.

Running a practice can quickly become overwhelming, especially when you don’t know where to find the right information. It can be frustrating when you’re just trying to get people the help they need.  As professional therapists, we are taught a lot in graduate school, but how to run a practice is likely not one of those things.

At Quartet, we want to make it a little easier for you to find the right information to expand your practice and find more clients. We want to help you improve access to mental healthcare and get more people into care — especially in a time when 56 percent of people with mental health conditions don’t get the treatment they need.

During Mental Health Month this May, Quartet is launching a free webinar on teletherapy. In this webinar, you will learn how to easily implement teletherapy in your practice so you can offer your clients more flexibility in how they receive treatment.

We will walk through the following four areas to get teletherapy up and running for your practice:

  1. HIPAA-compliant software
  2. Insurance reimbursement
  3. The teletherapy experience
  4. Billing

You can access the webinar for FREE until June 31 here to learn how to implement teletherapy in your practice. Once you start playing the webinar, you will also be able to print the slides and a quick-reference guide so you can get started immediately. We hope you will join us in improving access to mental health support and delivering personalized care to people across the country.

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