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What is Telehealth

Telehealth is the use of digital information and communication technologies like computers and mobile devices to access healthcare services and manage healthcare. It can be a form of video conferencing that allows psychiatrists and therapists to provide healthcare services to people who live in rural or isolated communities and to provide access to medical specialists.

We have a mission to spread awareness about the stigma on mental health at Boston Neurobehavioral Associates. We use Telehealth to provide high quality and accessible psychiatric care. We facilitate mental health conditions like Acute Stress, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Schizophrenia and more.

How Telehealth works at BNBA

Through our telehealth facilitation, People can have face to face meetings with their doctors via video conferencing. Although telehealth is gaining popularity some people might not use a telehealth platform due to the fear of their health information being disclosed. At Boston Neurobehavioral Associates we use a 100% compliant system that protects the privacy of people's medical records and personal health information. Plus, telehealth interactions are also secured and only authorized users can access it.

Benefits of Telehealth

Telehealth is defined as the delivery of healthcare services at a distance through the use of technology. Using technology to provide healthcare services has several advantages. Telehealth may bridge the gap by providing health related services through the use of communication technologies.

When you don’t have the time to visit your doctor for medical care, you can turn to the exceptional team at Boston Neurobehavioral Associates that is now expanding to provide services in Chicago, Illinois. Through telehealth it gives you the ability to video conference with your doctor, receive medical care and be prescribed medication while staying in the comfort of your own home. When you request a telehealth appointment on our website, we ensure that your session is secure, effective and covered. 

For more information on telehealth or to schedule a virtual appointment, visit You can also request an appointment by calling us on 800-250-3407.

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