CTRC’s 11th Annual Telehealth Summit is happening virtually June 13-14, 2023! Sponsorship opportunities are available now! Submit a speaker abstract for a chance to present!
This document from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services provides patients with guidance on nondiscrimination in telehealth.
If you’re looking for proven billing and reimbursement insights you can start implementing right away, take advantage of our latest Reimbursement Guide, now updated for 2022!
This toolkit provides an overview of considerations for selecting a telehealth technology vendor. This includes key questions to ask equipment vendors, suggestions for a phased approach to vendor selection, and questions you should be prepared for a vendor to ask customers.
This troubleshooting guide is geared toward the clinic provider to include the use of stand-alone carts, laptops, desktops, and tablets. It should be noted that audio/video platforms vary, and it is important to read and follow the manufactures’ specific troubleshooting guidelines.
Room design impacts the quality of the virtual care encounter and should not be overlooked during the development of a telehealth program. This document provides practical information and advice on the major components that should be addressed in designing virtual care space.
Telehealth Resource Center (TRC) representatives interviewed 131 Subject Matter Experts from over 50 FQHC/RHC clinics. Four key points were found to be best practices for telehealth in response to COVID-19.
The California Telehealth Resource Center (CTRC) is a leading source of knowledge and education for telehealth providers, patients, and safety net populations across California. A proud part of the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers.
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