Telepsychiatry and other technologies for integrated care: evidence base, best practice models and competencies

@article{Hilty2018TelepsychiatryAO,
  title={Telepsychiatry and other technologies for integrated care: evidence base, best practice models and competencies},
  author={D. Hilty and Nadiya Sunderji and S. Suo and S. Chan and Robert M Mccarron},
  journal={International Review of Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={30},
  pages={292 - 309}
}
Abstract Telehealth facilitates integrated, patient-centred care. Synchronous video, telepsychiatry (TP), or telebehavioural health provide outcomes as good as in-person care. It also improves access to care, leverages expertise at a distance, and is effective for education and consultation to primary care. Other technologies on an e-behavioural health spectrum are also useful, like telephone, e-mail, text, and e-consults. This paper briefly organizes these technologies into low, mid and high… Expand
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