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Telebehavioral Health: Workforce, Access, and Future Implications.

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, telebehavioral health (TBH) was proving itself to be a valuable, effective tool for service delivery. The widespread adoption of its use over the past 2 years for continuity of care should be considered one of the silver linings of the pandemic. It has the potential to be a particularly powerful tool for providing more equitable access to care for those in rural communities if barriers to broadband access can be addressed. In addition to providing an attractive, flexible method of service delivery for patients and families, TBH holds appeal to the workforce as well.

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