Tips for a great video visit with our Urgent Psych Tele-Health service
2. Confirm your information
Look out for an email or text and log in to Kareo to confirm your info using your favorite device.
3. Complete intake paperwork
Check your email after making an appointment with us as our EMR will send you the intake paperwork which must be completed prior to seeing a doctor.
4. See your doctor
Log in 15 minutes before your video visit and come prepared with questions for your provider
Forsythia Urgent Psych Clinic
An all new way to connect to your doctor
We're thrilled to be offering you secure video visits. While we love it when you visit us in the office, we understand that it's not always convenient to do so. Video visits allow you to receive the same quality care as you do in the clinic, without taking time off work or finding a sitter to see us.
Video visits are appropriate for many types of appointments, especially follow-up and minor urgent care. Feel free to request a video visit right here from the website. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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1. Check your internet connection
Wi-Fi or a wired connection is strongly preferred for a great video visit experience.
2. Use headphones
This will cutdown on the background noise and keep the conversation with your provider private.
3. Hold tight
Sometimes we run a few minutes behind, just like in the doctor's office.
Levels of Care
We have compiled some of the most common questions below
We are here to answer any questions
If you have questions, then we want to get you the right answers! Contact us and we will always do our best to make sure you have everything you need for a great experience with Forsythia Behavioral Health Services. Our Contact Page
Get help with Reimbursement
We have a whole page dedicated to providing you the resources you need when getting reimbursement. If you have any questions, check it out and, as always, we are here to help.
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