The Public Health Emergency is Over: Moving Forward with Telemental Health

When other disciplines saw declines in service provision during the pandemic, mental health was able to maintain and even increase services through telemental health. Telemental health remains a contributor to the broader health care system and is positioned to lead innovations in access, policy, and use of technology. Come hear from industry experts as we move beyond the Public Health Emergency, learn from the past, and focus on the future of telemental health.


  • Megan Rozanski – CEO and Co-Founder, Mind and Match
  • Boyd Mark – Program Director, Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center
  • Robert Caudill – Professor, University of Louisville School of Medicine
  • Jena Grady – Counsel, Nixon Peabody LLP
  • Ujjwal Ramtekkar – Vice President and Executive Medical Director, Quartet Health

Moderated by: Matt Mishkind – ATA Telemental Health Co-Chair and Deputy Director, Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center; Director, Community Engagement Service; Faculty Liaison, Learning Management System, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine