CVH has served individuals since 2012, however, over the past 3-4 years we have expanded our services to include telehealth/telemedicine/teletherapy services to reach more individuals in need. Teletherapy is therapy provided over live video conferencing. This includes therapy for voice, speech, and swallowing disorders. We enjoy collaborating with rural hospitals, rural clinics, cancer centers, and various healthcare facilities throughout Colorado and Wyoming to serve individuals who would either have to drive extensively for therapy or have to go without addressing their therapy needs.
FAQ about Collaborating with Us:
1. Does insurance reimburse for Speech Therapy services? Yes! 2. Does insurance reimburse for Speech Therapy TeleTherapy services? Yes. This generally depends on the individual's insurance plan. We are seeing even more coverage now with the changes that have come about during the current health pandemic. 3. What is a Speech Therapist's job within a Cancer Center? Speech Therapists address voice and swallowing disorders. Individuals undergoing radiation or surgery to the head and neck area often have changes in voice and/or swallowing due to changes in the muscles and tissue in that area. Speech Therapists assist in maintaining the swallowing function of the muscles/tissues and maintaining safety with eating and drinking in individuals undergoing radiation. This may include swallowing exercises, jaw exercises, safe swallowing strategies, etc. 4. Do you require a certain number of patients/appointments to provide a facility services? No. We provide services anywhere from acute care/swing bed settings which may require our services more frequently, to smaller rural health clinics that may only occasionally require our services for a patient in-need.