Randy is a veteran mental and behavioral telehealth practitioner.
Encounter Telehealth is...
Partnering with long term care communities to provide
specialized behavioral and mental healthcare
for their residents in need.
Encounter Telehealth is Hiring Practitioners
Board-certified Psychiatric Providers.
Our national network of behavioral health specialists are board certified and experienced psychiatric providers.
We bring the provider to the patient via a secure video-conferencing platform.
No travel required.
We assign one provider to one patient for the duration of the individual’s care, ensuring a continuum of care.
We do not have any job openings at the moment. Please come back again later.
We Provide Encounters that Make a Difference
Our Unique Approach Supports Better Patient Outcomes
Our providers work closely with local primary care providers, facility staff and other caregivers to ensure the best outcomes for the patient.
Provider : Patient
Encounter assigns one provider to one patient for the duration of that individual’s care, maintaining a consistent continuum of care.
Our providers work with local primary care providers, facility staff and other caregivers to ensure a holistic approach to the patient’s needs.
We are certified providers with Medicare, Medicaid, and many private insurance companies, and bill the payers directly.
We’re Located Where You Are
Encounter partners with long term care facilities
to provide care
for our communities.
Learn about future service states.
Jen has more than 20 years of management experience in telecommunications, venture capital and healthcare.
Therese has more than 35 years of clinic and hospital experience.
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