Priority Health began offering telemedicine through their virtual visits service in 2013. The service offers 24/7 visits with board-certified physicians through a video chat or phone call. Mary will share how this service started and where Priority Health is today. In addition, Mary will cover the evolution of telemedicine and the next steps within the network.
About this webinar: The University of Washington is the first place to replicate the ECHO model outside of New Mexico. This innovative telehealth program helps clinicians serving in rural and underserved areas with the evaluation and treatment of hepatitis C and has since expanded into the areas of HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, addictions and psychiatry, multiple sclerosis and complex care.
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Making Social Media Work for You, presented by Dennis Holton and Valerie Meinen of The Cavalry, Inc. The presenters will share strategies and tactics to make your Social Media outreach more effective and to grow your number of followers.
House calls are again becoming a reality with new developments in technology. This new technology will enable providers and patients to use real-time video communications using their browser with no plugins, downloads, or installs required. It will allow a patient to turn their living room into a waiting room.
Ron Emerson, RN BSN shares best practices and how healthcare organizations are responding to healthcare reform by utilizing distant technologies. As we move away from a fee for service model to quality of care, different approaches are needed
In the Spring of 2011 it was determined that delivery of interpretive services at University of Utah Healthcare needed an overhaul. Costs were continuing to increase, and the level of service was not where it needed to be.
This webinar will cover the past, present and future of telepharmacy and how it is being used to effectively deliver better patient care. It will also focus on specific regulation in the NRTRC states (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming).
Join Leah Willis as she shares the background and reach of the University of Utah's project ECHO program. Leah shares information on the wide range of topics covered by Utah's ECHO program and offers information on how to join.
Nancy Trumbo, RN, MN and Jean McCormick, RN, MSN, share information about Oregon Health and Science University's project to use tablets to aid in transitioning patients from acute care to skilled nursing facilities.
Getting clinicians comfortable working by video seems to be a common issue that arises in telemedicine programs. In this webinar, Dr. Jonathan Neufeld, a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience working by video, will present some basic guidelines for transferring clinical skills into the world of video.
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Building telehealth solutions at CHI Franciscan Health Health systems face growing pressure to reduce the cost of care, grow revenues, and to improve the outcomes of care delivery. Telehealth offers great potential to achieve lower cost, higher quality, and better access to care. However,...
More and more health policy decision makers realize the pivotal role telehealth can and will play in transforming health systems. As demand for health services increases and limited resources are strained, people are increasingly looking to these technologies to help alleviate the pressure.
This webinar will featurd an over of the impact of Remote Monitoring and Chronic Care Management for Community Health Centers and their patients, along with stakeholder collaboration on the use of telehealth within an integrated care model.
A primary objective in healthcare reform involves the delivery of evidence-based care and improved access to appropriate services for communities throughout the country. Over the past several years, telemedicine has become a sustainable model for delivery of healthcare services to support the care in geographically underserved areas.
AHRQ’s Effective Health Care Program offers free resources to help patients and clinicians promote shared decision making by bridging comparative effectiveness research with practical treatment choices
This website is supported by grant number G22RH31114 from the Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services.