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Current or Prospective Patients
Dr. Caudill is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist with licenses in 14 states.
Dr. Caudill has been treating patients exclusively via Telemedicine since 2014. She does not treat patients in-person.
Dr. Caudill treats patients exclusively through the top Telemedicine platforms. While she is often accepting new patients, she has limited availability.
All appointments with Dr. Caudill are booked exclusively through the major Telemedicine platforms. Check yours to see if you can book an appointment with Dr. Caudill.
Available Where You Live?
A Physician must have a license in the state where you are located at the time of the appointment. So, it is recommended that you find a Psychiatrist who has a license in the state where you live so you can receive regular and uninterrupted treatment.
A Physician must have a license in the state where you are located at the time of the appointment. And, your pharmacy should be in the same state.
So, you should find a Psychiatrist who has a license in the state where you live so you can receive regular & uninterrupted treatment.
Dr. Caudill has licenses in 14 states & is actively treating patients in all of them including: AZ, CT, DE, FL, IL, MN, NC, NJ, NY, PA, VA, WA, WI & WV.
Is Telemedicine Right For You?
Telemedicine is an excellent, effective and convenient method for many patients who only need lower acuity treatment. However, Telemedicine does have limitations. It is on a strict schedule. So, patients that require a lot of time during visits, should seek in-person care. Also, Telemedicine is limited in the level and types of treatments it can offer.
Telemedicine must stay on a strict schedule. So, any patient requiring a lot of time during each visit can actually throw the schedule off & take time away from other patients.
The time allotted for the appointment is for the Physician to review your chart, see you, send your prescription, schedule your next appointment & document everything.
Tech issues are going to happen. And when they do, they take time away from the visit. And sometimes visits have to be rescheduled. So patients that need a higher level of care may be better served with in-person treatment.
Patients who see the most success on Telemedicine, have 1 maybe 2 of the milder psychiatric medications. More than that, and the patient receive higher quality care in-person.
Controlled substances cannot be prescribed on any of the telemedicine platforms where Dr. Caudill practices. If you require them, it is usually best to have your in-person Physician prescribe all of your Psychiatric Medications.
Medication Management for ADHD is very difficult via Telemedicine since the majority of the treatments are controlled substances. However, treatment for mild ADHD or Lack of Focus can sometimes be effective via Telemedicine.
What treatment does Dr. Caudill NOT provide?
Dr. Caudill is a Physician/MD who offers Psychiatric Medication Management via Telemedicine.
Dr. Caudill Does Not Offer:
Dr. Caudill does not offer Talk Therapy. She is a physician who only offers Psychiatric Medication Management via Telemedicine.
Dr. Caudill Does Not Prescribe:
Controlled substances cannot be prescribed on any of the telemedicine platforms where Dr. Caudill practices.
Dr. Caudill Rarely Treats: