There are a number of ways speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, mental health professionals, and other allied health professionals can work online as telepractitioners. These include having your own small or private practice, working through a traditional staffing agency, being employed by a hospital or clinic, or working with a dedicated telehealth provider. There are pros and cons associated
Online occupational therapy helps schools address therapist shortages, provides greater flexibility, decreases travel time, and reduces distractions and missed classroom time. But what does it look like? How does it work? And which students can be served online? Our new infographic gives you the facts about online OT.
The debate over health care reform in Washington has been one of the most highly debated acts of legislation our country has seen in recent memory. Many members of congress believe that the expansion and increased Medicare reimbursement of Telemedicine programs throughout the country are key parts of this reform. Only about 20% of the