URAC, the nation's leading digital health accreditor, looks forward to meeting you all at ViVE, in Nashville, TN on March 26 - 29.
To talk about how a URAC accreditation in Telehealth, Telehealth Support Services or Remote Patient Monitoring can give you a competitive advantage, and get you ready for the future in this changing digital health landscape.
Two URAC-accredited telehealth organizations named best for digital mental health care in New York Times
When The New York Times set out to identify the best online mental health providers, the authors of the article were clear that URAC accreditation was a driving factor in ranking the organizations, stating that URAC accreditation provides consumers with “… assurance that the company follows best practices for keeping your information safe and your sessions truly private.” Read more...
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, providers across the country turned to telehealth to serve their patients’ needs. While telehealth encounters rose in most specialties, in the field of behavioral health, the revolution was particularly dramatic. This area of health care has experienced longstanding challenges, including access to affordable, quality care. Did moving to telehealth open new possibilities for addressing those challenges? We asked some experts for their take.
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URAC's Digital Health Accreditation Programs
Performs and/or delegates health care services via telecommunications technology
Telehealth Support Services Certification
Supports telehealth providers but does not directly provide care
Remote Patient Monitoring Accreditation
Uses digital technologies to collect health data and transmit to health care providers