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Elemental Treatment Offers Teletherapy Options

Elemental Treatment has developed an app available on all devices to offer teletherapy. Programs include therapy for addiction, depression as well as life coaching and life skills.

For many, a stigma remains for anyone who reaches out for help with mental health. Now with social distancing, additional concerns for everyone’s safety is at the forefront of health care providers and their patients. Elemental Treatment has extended hours so that treatment is accessible anytime using state-of-the-art technology. English- and Spanish-speaking programs and counselors are available.

The Nevada State Medical Association Partners with DrFirst to Make Telehealth Available to Nevada Physician Practices to Help Prevent Spread of Coronavirus

DrFirst’s Backline care collaboration platform includes a telehealth feature that allows physicians to initiate telehealth visits with patients in a secure manner that protects patients’ private health information. Patients do not need to download an app, access a patient portal, or undergo a cumbersome registration process.


To Combat COVID-19, Doctors Get Free Access to Patient Medical Records

To save lives and reduce the spread of COVID-19, HealtHIE Nevada is now offering no-cost access to our HealtHIE Chart provider portal which contains comprehensive medical records on nearly every Nevadan. The HIE collects medical records from acute care hospitals, emergency departments, urgent care sites, skilled nursing facilities, doctor offices, laboratories, imaging centers, and other healthcare organizations across the state. HealtHIE Nevada’s connections to the State Public Health Lab, Southern Nevada Health District, Washoe County Health District, private labs, and the majority of diagnostic services provides COVID-19 and other test results.


Child Care Resources for Critical Workers During COVID-19

Gov. Steve Sisolak has declared child care as an essential service and has asked child care providers to stay open so that our essential service and emergency workers can go to work. The state is working with providers to extend or expand on existing child care and offer flexible and extended hours to accommodate the needs of our state’s critical workers as defined by the governor.

In Clark County, email the Las Vegas Urban League for help finding child care: (This is the fastest way to get help since staff are working from home.)

AZOVA to Make a Telemedicine Marketplace Available to all Nevada Physicians

The Nevada State Medical Association has received a generous grant from AZOVA to make a telemedicine marketplace available to all Nevada physicians FREE OF CHARGE. AZOVA has created a telehealth marketplace for Nevada Physicians to connect with their patients online.