Tag Archives: telemedicine
At the beginning of the professional relationship between psychotherapist and patient it is important for practitioners to think about [...]
Where does the therapy occur when a therapist in State “A” is treating a client or patient online who resides in State “B?”
Among the many requirements of HIPAA, perhaps the most important one pertains to the Notice of Privacy Practices, which “covered [...]
Whether or not required by state law or regulation, therapists who practice online therapy (e.g., intrastate) would be wise to make [...]
Is there a statute in your state that in some way regulates the practice of counseling or psychotherapy via telemedicine?
It is interesting to me that online education has recently gained, and likely will continue to gain, increased acceptance nationwide. I [...]
The following was originally published in April 2005. To read more be sure to visit the Online Therapy/Telemedicine category of the Archives.
I have written about telemedicine before – when I have discussed online therapy, e-therapy, or therapy delivered via the Internet. [...]
One of the aspects that I have previously written about involves practicing online with patients or clients that reside (at the time of [...]
… Perhaps the most common component of an informed consent mentioned in state laws, ethical provisions and other sources of authority [...]