MeMD's telepsychiatry solution tackles barriers to care, offering talk therapy, medications, psychosocial interventions and other treatments through the convenience of a virtual platform.
Removing Stigma, Simplifying Access to Mental Healthcare
The U.S. is in the midst of a mental health crisis. One in five adults is struggling with a mental health condition at any given time, yet fewer than half of them receive any sort of treatment for their issue.
That’s because a shortfall of providers, extremely narrow insurance networks, high costs, long wait times and the stigma of seeking treatment create major roadblocks for people in need of care. The ripple effects are wreaking havoc in the home, workplace and community.
Sadly, many people suffer needlessly from mental or emotional challenges. Others self-medicate with drugs and alcohol or develop a dependence on prescription medications. Telepsychiatry can help.
THE MeMD SOLUTION
Counseling for common issues such as depression and anxiety.
Sessions can be scheduled in as few as 24 hours.
Follow-up visits to manage medication and evaluate progress.
Lab tests and results can be requested and sent directly to MeMD.
Sessions can be scheduled with the same psychiatric provider.
HOW IT WORKS
Telepsychiatry is a proven model for treating mental health issues. With MeMD, members have easy access to the high-quality, high-value care they need to improve their health, happiness and wellbeing.
Members log on to MeMD to schedule their initial 45-minute session with one of our psychiatrists or psychiatric nurse practitioners.
Using a phone, computer or mobile device, they connect with a psychiatric provider who designs a treatment plan that may include talk therapy, medications, psychosocial interventions and other treatments depending on the members’ needs.
Follow-up sessions are 15-minutes and can be scheduled to manage medications and evaluate progress. Should lab work be required, patients can use the local lab provider of their choice for lab tests and results are sent directly to their MeMD provider for review.