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Draft Template Agreements for Telehealth Providers and Users


Assist a social enterprise developing a telemental health platform for the Indigenous community with its template agreements for healthcare providers and users.

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Jurisdiction(s): US
About the Organization: ShockTalk is a culturally tailored telemental health platform focused on creating culturally appropriate and financially sustainable relationships between Indigenous therapy seekers, and Indigenous mental healthcare providers.
Legal Entity Type: Hybrid (nonprofit + for-profit affiliates)
SDG(s): Good Health and Well Being, Industry Innovation and Infrastructure, Reduced Inequalities
Legal Issue(s):

The ShockTalk team is currently building a network of Indigenous therapists in New York state as part of their pilot program. They are seeking assistance drafting two template agreements, one for providers in the ShockTalk network, and another for users. Ideally, the templates will be used beyond the pilot. As background, the ShockTalk team will facilitate connections between users and vetted (but independent) healthcare providers. Services will be provided on/through the ShockTalk platform.