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Transitioning To Telehealth - Behavioral and Mental Health

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Diana Zimmerman

With telehealth solutions increasing exponentially in both usage and popularity, some healthcare specialties, in particular behavioral and mental health, have seen a big shift towards continuity of virtual care. A trend projected to persist even beyond the end of the pandemic.

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Client Testimonial: Pediatric Associates of NYC

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Kristin Davis

Pediatric Associates of NYC has been New York City's most trusted pediatric care facility for over 7 decades. Founded in 1948, Pediatric Associates has dedicated their work to go above and beyond. Each and every patient that is admitted to or born at NYU is met with the full dedication and support of the staff at Pediatric Associates, giving continuity of care a whole new meaning. 

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How Physical Therapy/Exercise Improves Mental Health

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Jessica Shaw

Whether you are dealing with an injury or chronic pain, seeking out physical therapy can improve your mental health as well as your physical strength. A physical therapist not only provides you prescribed exercises that improve function but they also act as a source of encouragement and emotional support. 

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Client Testimonial: Billshrinkers, Inc.

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Kristin Davis

Established in 1997, as one of the earliest mental health billing services in the United States, Billshrinkers, Inc. has worked diligently to streamline billing processes and amplify revenue for healthcare practices nationwide. With over 20 years of experience and expertise - Billshrinkers’ primary goal is to alleviate stress for mental health providers by giving them the financial management and support they need. 

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National Mental Health Month: Improving Access to Behavioral Health

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Melinda Curle

Every May, we celebrate National Mental Health Month, a time set aside to recognize individuals with behavioral and mental health conditions as well as acknowledge the people who support them. In 2019 alone, 51.5 million U.S. adults struggled with mental health issues and because one in five people will experience some form of mental illness throughout their lifetime, chances are we all know someone who is affected.

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#NEDA Awareness Week Pt. 2

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Kristin Davis

As you may know from part 1 of our #NEDA series, this week has been dedicated to increasing National Eating Disorders Awareness. While we have already discussed its history and purpose, today we want to dive deeper into the affects eating disorders have not only on the body but also on the mind.

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#NEDA Awareness Week

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Kristin Davis

Eating disorders have been a prevalent problem in America for decades. In fact, about 20 million women and 10 million men experience eating disorders at some point in their lifetime. That is why so many organizations across the country come together to improve education and increase advocacy for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. With eating disorders categorized as a behavioral and mental illness, it is important, now more than ever, to discuss the significance of total body wellness. Although people may not initially be perceived as someone who suffers from an eating disorder, a person's health should not always be determined from how they look but in most cases how they feel both physically and mentally. Keep reading to learn more about #NEDA awareness!

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