A trial will test three evidence-based counseling therapies to see if one, or more than one in combination, results in better outcomes.
A five-year study conducted in three states found that telepsychiatry in rural health centers can make a tremendous impact on the lives of patients who may have otherwise not received care.
The subscription service delivers text-based medical care from board-certified physicians to adult patients via a smartphone app.
A study will examine whether individual and group support interventions, delivered virtually, influence these patients' outcomes.
You might have seen videos of COVID-19 survivors leaving intensive-care units, to applause and cheers, but that's not the end of patients' fight. The recovery journey can be long.
Washington state doesn't have enough psychiatrists to respond to its residents' need for mental health services.
Each week, dozens of health care providers from rural Washington connect via video conference to a panel of specialists in Seattle with the hope of combating the opioid crisis statewide.
A new UW Medicine Telehealth program for mental health and addictions care has had an immediate positive impact in remote, underserved Washington state.