The Mental Health Professional and the New Technologies: A Handbook for Practice Today

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Subject Index
Abstracting service, 2
Acceptance, barriers, 122
Access
electronic practice management, 204, 210, 210, 212
influence of psychotechnologies, 10
managing risk for Web site owners, 365
notes and HIPAA Privacy Ride, 231
store-and-forward technology, 42
telephonic and videoconferencing technologies, 115–116
Web site components, 102
Accession, 457–458
Accountability, 16, 67, 365
Accounts, outstanding, 199
Accreditation standards, 263
Acculturation process, 58
Acculturation scales, 307
Accuracy, interviews, 161, see also Internet
Actigraph, 194
Ad out, 76
Add-on vocabulary program, 208
Address, e-mail, 56, see also E-mail
Address lists, e-mail, 78, see also E-mail
Administrative services, 356
Administrative standards, 280–283
Adolescents, 185–186, 268
Adoption, criteria, 199, see also Electronic practice management
Advertising/promotion, 96, 323
Advice, e-mail, 359, see also Direct care
Advocacy, 220, 377–379
Aethra, 135–136
Affect, barriers, 121
Affective computing, 415–416
Affordability, barriers, 123–125
Age, standards of online conduct, 268
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
(AHRQ), 125–126
Aging population, 21
Agreements, Online Clinical Practice
Management, 335–345
AHRQ, see Agency for Healthcare Research and
Quality
AI, see Artificial intelligence
Alcoholism, 182
ALERT, see Algorithms for Effective Reporting and
Treatment
Algorithms for Effective Reporting and Treatment (ALERT), 154–155
Alienation, 139, 175
Alterative therapies, 305–306
Always-on systems, 409
Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Online, 42–43
AMA, see American Medical Association
Ambiguities, 351–352
Ambulatory monitoring, 193–195
Amendments, draft international convention, 458
America Online (AOL), 50, 90
American Accreditation Health Care Commission
(URAC), 97, 265–266, 270, 280–282, 400
American Medical Association (AMA), 22, 217, 256, 370
American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 284
American Nurses Association (ANA), 217
American Psychiatric Association, 218
American Psychological Association (APA), 63, 253, 370
American Telemedicine Association (ATA), 284
ANA, see American Nurses Association
Analog mode, confidentiality, 296
Animation, 103
Annual reunions, 69
Anonymity, referrals, 326–327
ANSI, see American National Standards Institute
Antidepressant therapy, 118
Anxiety disorders, 26, 181–182, 189–190, 187
AOL, see American Online
APA, see American Psychological Association
Appeal, Web sites, 90
Appearance, masking, 349
Application service providers (ASP), 205, 395–396
Appointment
Appointments, 129
confirmations, 344
scheduling, 344–345
Archiving, 68
Arizona Telemedicine Program, 6–7
Artificial intelligence (AI), 417–418
ASP, see Application service provider

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