Foley Associate Sunny Levine, member of the firm’s Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team and Health Care Practice Group, will participate on a panel hosted by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing entitled, “5 Hot Topics in Telebehavioral Health and SUD Treatment: Today and After the PHE,” on November 4th at 1 p.m. ET.
The COVID-19 pandemic drove significant expansion in federal and state-based telebehavioral health policies, playing a critical role in ensuring access to mental health and SUD treatment services. This event will be led by telehealth experts from the National Council’s Platinum Partner, innovaTel Telepsychiatry, and Foley & Lardner, the premier legal firm for telemedicine and digital health. In this webinar, a panel of clinical, compliance and legal experts will examine the most important telehealth policy changes and impact(s) on the delivery of mental health and SUD/MAT services:
- How telehealth supports providers.
- Legal and regulatory topics.
- Prescribing controlled substances via telehealth.
- Reimbursement for telebehavioral health/SUD services.
- Privacy considerations.
The panel will also share key lessons learned during the public health emergency and discuss telebehavioral health and SUD/MAT treatment policies that should be made permanent at the federal and state levels to ensure continuity of care and maximum access to services.
To learn more and register for this webinar, click here.