Telehealth & Remote Services
Southern Behavioral Medicine is pleased to offer telehealth services across the US under the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022 which will remain active until the end of 2022. This Act and other recent actions provide regulatory flexibility to ensure that all Americans—particularly high-risk individuals—are aware of easy-to-use, accessible benefits that can help keep them healthy while helping to contain the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Southern Behavioral Medicine has been providing reliable and secure psychological services via telehealth since 2012, and we will be continuing to offer these services after the COVID-19 pandemic and as long as allowed afterwards, in accordance with insurance and state regulations. Most major insurance carriers reimburse for telehealth including Medicare, Medicare replacement plans, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare and Workers Compensation, and many others.
We use 100% secure, HIPPA, and PHI compliant software to conduct face-to-face psychological evaluations and treatment in all qualifying geographic areas and states. We offer psychotherapy, testing, and consultation via telehealth, when requested.