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Telebehavioral Health and Your Clinical Practice Since Covid-19
This workshop will explore the new rulings and guidelines since a Public Health Emergency was declared by the Secretary of HHS in January 2020 that affects the provision of clinical services via Telehealth. We will discuss the new rules and waivers with Medicare and Medicaid. We will discuss announcements from Commercial insurance. We will review what had been in place versus what is in place now. We will also tackle a quick start guide to establishing a telehealth practice.
1 Clinical Social Work
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