ATLANTA, Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MYidealDOCTOR (MiD), a leading provider of cloud-based telemedicine and mHealth services, recently announced the launch of on-demand access to behavioral health providers for counseling sessions via video. In addition to this exciting new service line, MiD has also welcomed David Buxton, M.D., as Chief Medical Officer for Behavioral Health. The MiD behavioral health solution offers access to behavioral health assessments and providers, including licensed counselors, psychologists and social workers.
"We are excited to welcome Dr. David Buxton as our new Chief Medical Officer for Behavioral Health," explained Adrian Davis, CEO. "Dr. Buxton is a highly regarded psychiatrist and a genuine thought leader in his field. His deep passion for helping those with mental illness and utilizing technology to increase access points and provide care anywhere, anytime, falls in line with our ideals. His leadership in behavioral health initiatives will bring a wealth of clinical knowledge to MYidealDOCTOR."
Dr. Buxton earned his bachelor's degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., and his medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine in Richmond, Va. He completed his adult psychiatric residency at Brown University Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior. In addition, he completed his child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Harvard University-Massachusetts General/McLean Hospitals, and a palliative care fellowship at Harvard University-Massachusetts General/Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Hospitals.
MYidealDOCTOR Telehealth is a venture-backed mHealth company reinventing the way healthcare is delivered. By blending technology and the best physicians in the healthcare world, MYidealDOCTOR offers a better way to consult and diagnose the issues many face daily. Telehealth will become one of the first access points to healthcare in the future and MYidealDOCTOR is ready. Visit myidealdoctor.com to learn more.
Kimberly J. Johnson
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