What is Telepsychiatry?
Telemedicine is the technique of providing health care via technology at a distance, most commonly via video conferencing. In telepsychiatry, which is part of telemedicine. For example, you can get a mental exam, treatment (individual, group, and family therapy), learn about your condition, and get help with your medication.
Direct engagement between a clinician and the patient is possible with telepsychiatry. Mental health treatment can be given in a live, interactive setting. It may also include keeping track of medical information (images, videos, etc.) and sending it to a different site for later review.
People seek psychiatric assistance for a variety of reasons. A panic attack, frightening hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, or hearing “voices” are all examples of abrupt issues. They could be more long-term, such as emotions of despair, hopelessness, or anxiety that never seem to go away, or functional issues that make everyday life feel twisted or out of control.
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Patients’ needs for convenient, inexpensive, and easily accessible mental health care are met through video-based telepsychiatry. It can help patients in a variety of ways, including:
- Improve access to mental health specialty care that might not otherwise be available (e.g., in rural areas)
- Take care of the patient where he or she is.
- Assist in the integration of behavioral health and primary care, which will result in better outcomes.
- Reduce stigmatization
- Reduce ER visits or hospitalization
- Improves follow up care
- No need to take time off work
- Reduces a delay in care
- Reduces the barrier of transportation from place to place.
With medicine, therapy, or a combination of the two, you may get back to feeling like yourself with a customized treatment plan.