This factsheet provides recommendations for providers when treating patients with disabilities via telehealth. It includes both general recommendations for providers as well as specific tips when treating patients who are deaf or have hearing loss, patients who are blind or have vision loss, and patients with physical/developmental disabilities.
Utilize this assessment guide to get a complete picture of your telehealth technology needs and readiness before making a purchase.
This toolkit is intended to help California providers and patients optimize RPM for better, more equitable care. Practices that embrace RPM technologies today, will be well positioned to leverage eminent powerful advances that build on RPM to transform care as we know it.
Telehealth, also known as telemedicine, is a mode of health care that uses secure digital technologies such as videoconferencing and telephone services to connect patients and providers.
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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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