|01-24-2018 04:57 PM CET - Health & Medicine||
5 Big Mistakes to Avoid When Looking for a Telehealth Job
Press release from: TeleMental Health Institute Inc.
25th January 2018, San Diego, CA - They all look appealing -- but not all online employers are the same. Mushrooming at an unprecedented rate, a new company seems to be joining the scene every week. Many offer licensed professionals the “opportunity” to connect with online clients/patients, but some are lacking in protections for the undiscerning professional who may be enamored with the prospect of working from home, working at odd hours, and in some cases, working with less hassle than developing and maintaining an in-person practice. On February 7, 2018 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific, the Telebehavioral Health Institute will offer a webinar titled, “5 Big Mistakes to Avoid When Looking for a Telehealth Job.”
As lead author on several textbooks about telemental and telebehavioral health and relevant competencies, TBHI’s Executive Director, Dr. Marlene Maheu will present this webinar to outline the five biggest mistakes made by licensed clinicians who offer services through online employers. She’ll help attendees identify key information to look for in a potential online employer's website; how to read their contracts for clauses that may become problematic, and how to evaluate if they technology will allow clinicians to meet requirements set by their licensing board and profession’s ethical code. This information-packed 1-hour program will be focused on helping clinicians develop their own criteria for evaluating potential employers, developing a question list and ultimately decide on which employer to trust and which to avoid.
Dr. Maheu explains, “Working online can indeed be easier and more convenient than in-person care. In fact, it can be the best way for clinicians to leverage their clinical time and effort, but they first need to make sure their employer allows them to easily meet their regulatory and ethical requirements. She added, “Some online employers offer tremendous benefits to clinicians, while others simply bank on their market value as a licensed professionals -- then leave them holding the liability bag.”
Internationally recognized telehealth industry leader, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present this 1-hour update on telemental health / telebehavioral health practice webinar titled, “5 Big Mistakes to Avoid When Looking for a Telehealth Job.” The webinar will be broadcast Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
Identify at least three general legal and ethical, risk management requirements that you will want to address with any telehealth provider network administrator prior to accepting employment
List three platform features that are specific to your practice that you will need to have in place prior to accepting employment
Outline at least two core pieces of client/patient information that you will want to get prior to delivering care to any online consumer referred by a provider network
Intelligently discuss the contract that you sign with a provider network, and what it may need to include to protect you as well as your clients/patients
Discuss at least one other liability assurance that any network provider should be able to offer you
Describe the type of professional training that you will want to undergo prior to accepting clients/patients from an online provider
Name the other types of professionals that you will want to consult prior to accepting clients/patients from an online provider network
Where: 100% Online
When: January 17th from 2pm-3pm Eastern (Also fully recorded and available 24/7 after the event for your convenience.)
What: Live & recorded event includes event access, presentation slides, and handout
Cost: $35 (includes 1-CE Hour)
The Telebehavioral Health Institute’s faculty have been pioneering telebehavioral health training for over twenty years. Dr. Marlene Maheu, its founder, has written four textbooks in telebehavioral health and is recognized as one of the leading experts in U.S. and Canadian licensure for telepractice. She is the originator of the Online Clinical Practice Model (OCPM) for ethical telemental health, telepsychiatry, telepsychology, distance counseling and online therapy (telepractice). As a world-class leader in the field, she offers practical strategies, straightforward solutions and the hands-on wisdom that only develops through time and focus. When you attend this webinar, you’ll sense her passion, good humor and wisdom about how you can immediately start leveraging the power of the Internet to reach more people, improve your profits and reduce your overhead.
This program is relevant to:
Psychiatrists, Internists, Pediatricians, Gerontologists, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners
Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, Therapists, Marriage & Family Therapists
Speech Pathologists, Dietitians, Occupational Therapists, Behavioral Analysts, Substance Use Professionals
CEOs, COOs, Administrators, Billing & Coding Staff
The Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc. (TBHI) specializes in behavioral telehealth startup consultation, professional training and staffing. TMHI is dedicated to providing support for planning, launching and thriving with telepsychiatry, telepsychology, distance counseling, online therapy, and behavioral telehealth and mhealth. TBHI’s team of experienced consultants can help with planning, reimbursement, technology choices, legal and ethical risk management and staff development/placement. Job opportunities are also being developed for enterprising trainees who want to work with known employers using legal, ethical and evidence-based models. TBHI also consults with start-up technology companies seeking to develop new verticals in the behavioral health space. Contact: telehealth.org/contact.
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