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After years of federal controversy and conjecture, the White House announced Monday that the COVID-19 national and public health emergencies (PHE) will end on May 11. The official announcement is a significant signal of the end of the pandemic’s crisis phase. The end of the emergencies will halt a wide-ranging set of eased regulations established…

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The January 2023 issue of JAMA carried a report of a study conducted by Daniel Bagner and colleagues who tested an Internet-delivered,  parent-child interaction therapy (iPCIT) model for children aged up to three years with developmental delay (DD). Despite research and clinical support for the parent-child-interaction therapy (PCIT) model and other clinic-based parenting interventions, this telehealth-specific research…

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Although 90% of American believe that the country is in a mental health crisis, treatment rates across all payors are low. Workforce challenges impact access to mental health care for almost half of US citizens. One hundred fifty-eight million people, or 47%, live in a mental health shortage area. Behavioral health issues are most prevalent…

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Telehealth.org: Q & A #20Telehealth.org is continuing its Q&A series to address questions that it frequently receives. This week’s installment concerns a recently published blog post about a controversial reimbursement requirement for telemental health telehealth after the end of the public health emergency (PHE). Entitled Reimbursement Repercussions of April 2023, End of Public Health Emergency,…

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