InSight Telepsychiatry representatives are presenting at the American Telemedicine Association’s Annual Conference and Trade Show in Orlando. Their presentations, will address innovative telebehavioral health programs in a variety of settings, drawing on InSight’s experience as the leading national telepsychiatry provider organization.
ORLANDO, FL – InSight Telepsychiatry, the leading national telepsychiatry provider organization with a mission to increase access to behavioral health care, today announced thought leaders from the company, along with CFG Health Network and InSight partner, Access Services, will give presentations on a variety of telepsychiatry topics during the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) Annual Conference and Trade Show, taking place in Orlando, FL from April 23 to 25. ATA is the industry’s leading event for insights into the latest telemedicine and mobile health trends.
On Monday, April 24, representatives from InSight, CFG and Access Services will present during the session called The Use of Consumer-Based Telemental Health for Acute and Long-Term Needs. This session will feature “Bringing Help Home: The Use of Telepsychiatry in a Mobile Crisis Program” presented by Dan Khebzou and Jessica Fenchel, and “Getting Ahead of the Curve: Layering Home-Based Telehealth into an Existing Outpatient Mental Health Clinic” presented by Joel Freidman, PhD, that discusses the use of Inpathy, InSight’s direct-to-consumer division.
Dan Khebzou, a regional account executive for InSight, and Jess Fenchel, the senior director for adult behavioral health and crisis at Access Services, will give details on the partnership that facilitated the nation’s first mobile crisis program to utilize telepsychiatry.
Access Services and InSight work together to connect individuals in crisis and crisis team members with a remote telepsychiatry provider who is able to rapidly meet the person where they are – all through telehealth. This case study will review the implementation steps the partners went through to develop and roll out a successful program including designing workflows, selecting providers, overcoming hurdles, informing payers, choosing their technology and educating their teams. In addition, they will discuss lessons learned.
In the second presentation, Joel Friedman, PhD., the clinical director of CFG Health Network, will give details on how Center for Family Guidance, an outpatient mental health organization with three offices, is utilizing Inpathy, in order to meet the increasing needs of consumers.
Additionally, InSight Executive Director Geoffrey Boyce will present the e-poster, “Do You Know Ryan Haight?” on April 23. This poster will break down the confusing elements of the Ryan Haight Act into digestible and applicable pieces.
Visit booth 1506 for more information and to connect with InSight. To schedule a time for a meeting, contact Olivia Boyce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770.713.4161.
InSight Telepsychiatry is the leading national telepsychiatry service provider organization with a mission to increase access to quality behavioral health care through innovative applications of technology.