Telehealth is Here to StayTelehealth is Here to Stay

Convenience, access beyond clinical hours, and increased continuity of care are just a few of the key benefits in providing telehealth. While virtual care has seen an increase during COVID-19, telehealth is here to stay. Check out our infographic to learn more.
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Telehealth Best Practices: Enhancing “Webside” MannerTelehealth Best Practices: Enhancing "Webside" Manner

Staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase the use of telehealth among healthcare professionals. 75% of individuals in the U.S. who have behavioral health conditions are continuing therapy services during COVID-19. Additionally, virtual care has increased 1.6x since the summer of 2019.  And telehealth is here to stay. Convenience, access beyond clinical hours, ...
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Mental Health Awareness MonthMental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. But mental health is more than a month. In order to stop the stigma, communication must continue around the importance of mental health all year. Specifically, during the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health has become a national conversation. The Kaiser Family Foundation reported in late April over half of U.S. ...
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Contact Tracing and Next StepsContact Tracing and Next Steps

States move toward reopening, public health decisions continue to be in the spotlight. As curves plateau and state economies continue to struggle, people around the country are asking: when will we get back to normal? Public health and government officials, however, focus on how we return to normal. As of May 1, more than half ...
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Managing Anxiety Amid COVID-19Managing Anxiety Amid COVID-19

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a lot of noise flooding our daily lives. As cases of COVID-19 continue to increase, so do cases of anxiety and worry. Everyone in the world has been indirectly or directly affected by this virus. It’s no secret by now COVID-19 has a far greater impact than just those ...
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Additional COVID-19 Stimulus Funding AvailableAdditional COVID-19 Stimulus Funding Available

The Federal coronavirus stimulus package was so well-received, it actually ran out of money! Luckily, Phase 3.5 of the COVID-19 funding passed, making $484 billion of emergency funds available for small businesses. The SBA is accepting applications again now. More Funding for Small Businesses: The Paycheck Protection Program was replenished, allowing small businesses and nonprofits to apply for economic ...
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