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Section 2
American Telemedicine Association
Legal Considerations
Emergencies, Limitations, Malpractice Insurance

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Barnett, J. E., & Kolmes, K. (2016). The practice of tele-mental health: Ethical, legal, and clinical issues for practitioners. Practice Innovations, 1(1), 53–66.

Lafontaine, M.-F., Azzi, S., Paquette, D., Tasca, G. A., Greenmand, P. S., Gosselin, J., Lebel, S., & Grenier, J. (2018). Telehealth for patients with chronic pain: Exploring a successful and an unsuccessful outcome. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 36(2-3), 140–160.

Lustgarten, S. D., & Colbow, A. J. (2017). Ethical concerns for telemental health therapy amidst governmental surveillance. American Psychologist, 72(2), 159–170.

Maheu, M. M., Wright, S. D., Neufeld, J., Drude, K. P., Hilty, D. M., Baker, D. C., & Callan, J. E. (2021). Interprofessional telebehavioral health competencies framework: Implications for telepsychology. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 52(5), 439–448.

Martin, J. N., Millán, F., & Campbell, L. F. (2020). Telepsychology practice: Primer and first steps. Practice Innovations, 5(2), 114–127.

Ottaviani, C., & Vandone, D. (2015). Decision-making under uncertainty and demand for health insurance: A multidisciplinary study. Journal of Psychophysiology, 29(2), 80–85.
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