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157 Telepsychology Best Practices:
Maximizing Opportunities in
Health Care Reform
This intermediate workshop helps participants comply with
the APA’s 2013 Telepsychology Guidelines and underlying
legal, ethical, and clinical requirements for delivering tele-psychological services. Health care reform will be highlighted
throughout the day. Topics will include risks and benefits of
telepsychology, practitioner competency, intake and assessment, licensing, informed consent and other documentation, HIPAA and other security and privacy laws, preventing
and handling emergencies, reimbursement, integrated care,
patient-centered homes, health information exchanges and big
data (informatics), electronic health records as well as remote
sensors and mHealth.
Leaders: Marlene M. Maheu, PhD, TeleMental Health Institute, Inc.,
Cheyenne, WY; Joseph P. McMenamin, MD, JD, McMenamin Law Offices,
PLLC, Richmond, VA; Fred Millan, PhD, Independent Practice, New York,
NY; Sherry A Benton, PhD, University of Florida
158 What Psychologists Need to
Know About Human Trafficking:
Identification, Tools, and
Broadly defined as obtaining or holding another person in
compelled service, human trafficking is characterized by
exploitation of vulnerable populations and is in violation of the
basic human right to autonomy and freedom. This introductory
workshop provides definitions and prevalence, an overview of
the two categories of labor and sex trafficking, methodological issues related to research, underlying issues of vulnerability
and risk factors, consequences and impact of trafficking on victims, and tools and resources for psychologists.
Leaders: Nancy M. Sidun, PsyD, Kaiser Permanente-Hawaii, Honolulu,
HI; Deborah L. Hume, PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia; AnnJanette
Alejano-Steele, PhD, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Mary C.
Burke, PhD, Carlow University; Michelle Contreras, PsyD, Massachusetts
School of Professional Psychology; Marsha Liss, PhD, JD
Full-Day Workshops (CONTINUED)
8:00 a.m.–3: 50 p.m.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 2014
ENROLLMENT LIMI T
CE CREDI TS IN TRODUC TOR Y
Workshop 157 is part of Dr. Nadine Kaslow’s Presidential Programming.