Overcoming Agency Barriers to Providing Remote Behavioral Health Care
Remote behavioral health care can work as well as, or better than, in-person behavioral health care. It can be high-quality, flexible, and accessible to those in rural areas or with limited transportation. Although research shows a majority of consumers are interested in receiving care remotely, there is limited understanding of agencies' barriers to providing services remotely.
Read Project E3's research summary "Overcoming Agency Barriers to Providing Remote Behavioral Health Care" to learn the primary obstacles agencies experience and get suggestions for overcoming them.