Geographic Disparities in the Use of Telemedicine for Mental Health Services Reported

State-by-state regulation of telemedicine has created a “crazy landscape” for the uniform implementation of telemental health services, according to an article in Medpage Today. Contributor Salynn Boyles recaps an article by researcher Ateev Mehrotra, MD, of Harvard Medical School, and colleagues in the May issue of the journal Health Affairs, and offers statistics illustrating how the use of telemedicine for mental health services is unfolding across America today. Read her post here…

 

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