|CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- LetsTalkCounseling.com, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, announced the release of version 7.0 of its easy to use, safe, secure, tele-mental health network. With health costs on the rise and new benefits for licensed insurance providers, it makes sense to use the Internet to expand the provider practice. Providing online counseling services is a cost effective way to increase exposure as well as provide more service to current or future clients.
"Providers that are state licensed, certified, and qualified to provide online counseling services will receive a free listing on the network," said Art Cooksey, CEO of Lets Talk Interactive, Inc. "With the rise in new services such as mediation, life coaching, and carrier counseling, the audience for the provider is growing daily. Providing online counseling tele-mental health services eliminates distance barriers and allows for the provider to be accessed from anywhere."
The new upgrade for Version 7.0 contains the following enhancements:
* Provider Virtual Office - designed for easy use.
* Secure email that far exceeds industry standards.
* New Secure Chat with Secure Audio capabilities. (Dial up users can have
phone quality secure sessions.)
* New Secure Audio/Visual compression for DSL or cable high speed
* Drop down access to all provider tools.
* Home page hits to track monthly visits to the provider personal home
* Provider web page will have top ten listing on search engines, such as:
AOL, MSN, Google, Ask Jeeves, etc.
* Clients will know when the provider is logged into the provider office.
* MapQuest integrated into the provider personal web page, so clients
can print directions.
* Industry specific news updates.
* Redundant servers. (If the Internet connection is lost, a second server
* All provider tools are HIPAA compliant.
* New Training Section for online CEU Credit as well as new
* Smart Ticket for FAQ and tech support.
* Providers may qualify for Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare
* Providers may qualify to be given access to large benefits groups.