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Encounter Featured in “2020 Best Tech Startups in Omaha”
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Encounter Featured in “2020 Best Tech Startups in Omaha”

The Tech Tribune included Encounter Telehealth in their list of “Best Tech Startups in Omaha” for the third year in a row. Many factors were considered in deciding which startups would be commended, including: Revenue Potential Leadership Team Brand/Product Traction Competitive Landscape Encounter Telehealth addresses a growing demand for psychiatric services in rural areas by enabling...

Encounter Telehealth Mentioned in Article as a ‘Women-Led’ Business
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Encounter Telehealth Mentioned in Article as a ‘Women-Led’ Business

Encounter Telehealth was mentioned in an article published by CrunchBase News which discusses diversity in startup businesses in Nebraska. Invest Nebraska’s program director, Matt Foley, is quoted in the article saying: “Starting by looking in the mirror, we recognize as the leading investor in the state we must strive to be a leader in this...

Telehealth Serves America: Part III, Incarcerated Americans
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Telehealth Serves America: Part III, Incarcerated Americans

Telehealth is reaching inside the walls of correctional facilities to provide quality mental and behavioral health care to incarcerated Americans. Many Americans benefit from telehealth and telemental health care. However, one overlooked population in great need of mental and behavioral healthcare is thriving from adopting telehealth— incarcerated Americans. The Need for Telehealth in Incarceration THE...

Anti-Psychotic Drug Reduction
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Anti-Psychotic Drug Reduction

Encounter Telehealth has conducted an analysis of 40 partner skilled nursing facilities in Iowa, and we are proud to announce a 6.7% drop in anti-psychotic drug use among skilled nursing facility patients between 2015 and 2018 in Iowa, alone. The analysis shows the percentage of anti-psychotic drug use among facilities in 2015, prior to working...

Telehealth Serves America: Part 2, Veterans
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Telehealth Serves America: Part 2, Veterans

How telehealth is helping American Veterans battle mental health issues Thank you for joining us in our second edition of ‘Telehealth Serves America’. In this blog post, we will discuss one of America’s most valued and distinguished groups—Veterans. Veterans have valiantly served and protected our country. After being exposed to the traumas of wartime and...

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Encounter Telehealth Mentioned in Silicon Prairie News Article

Including an interview with Encounter Telehealth’s President and CEO, Jen Amis. “Omaha-based Encounter Telehealth provides behavioral healthcare services to underserved communities and patient populations through a secure, HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform.” –SPN Newsroom, June 14, 2019 To read the full article, please visit: http://siliconprairienew.com/2019/06/encounter-telehealth-pairs-patients-with-providers-for-psychiatric-care/ Photo by Marc-Olivier Jodoin on Unsplash

Mental Health Crises
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Mental Health Crises

At Encounter Telehealth, we believe it is vital to have immediate access for mental health crises. Our friends at Happy Happy Vegan have compiled an international list of Mental Health Helplines, Suicide Hotlines, and Depression Advice Centers. If you are experiencing a mental health crises, please reach out to one of these facilities immediately: https://happyhappyvegan.com/suicide-hotlines-list/...

Telehealth Serves America: Part 1
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Telehealth Serves America: Part 1

Health issues do not discriminate, so why should your health care? Telehealth is changing the game all over the country, improving healthcare for all. Many Americans live with physical and mental disorders that go untreated and undiagnosed due to lack of care. For many people who were previously unable – or unlikely- to seek medical...

Retain Staff and Reduce Turnover: How Encounter Can Help
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Retain Staff and Reduce Turnover: How Encounter Can Help

In long-term care, staff turnover is at a staggering 40%, twice the national average across industries. New staff are costly to train (in most cases, hiring and training a new staff member costs around 20% of their salary) and take time to find their “groove.” If turnover rates are high, those numbers can stack up...

Telehealth in Rural Communities: Increasing Access to Mental Healthcare
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Telehealth in Rural Communities: Increasing Access to Mental Healthcare

Lack of Access to Mental Health Care in Rural Areas One in five Americans—over 43 million—suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. With less than half of the mental healthcare providers needed in the United States, many individuals go without care. Less than a quarter of mental healthcare providers are available in rural areas. Limited availability...

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