This eTraining provides an introduction to key concepts and resources to assist Telehealth Coordinators in building the knowledge and skills needed to successfully fill their role. It can also be used as a refresher course for those looking to revisit core information and/or update their skills. The course is broken into 7 module parts: Telehealth Overview, Telehealth Technology, Defining Your Telehealth Program Needs, Telehealth Team Roles and Visit, Overview or Billing and Legal Considerations, Developing a Successful Telehealth Program, Telehealth Challenges/Solutions.
This course provides education and resources on the fundamental steps, technology and practice considerations in order to guide you through launching a successful telehealth program.
In this course, you’ll learn about some of the latest reimbursement guidelines from Medicare, Medi-Cal, and private payers.
Please remember that information provided by the CTRC is intended for general information purposes and is by no means all-inclusive, implied, or intended to be a substitute for professional legal and billing advice. The CTRC recommends discussing billing and legal decisions with your organization’s compliance officer to ensure agreement and/or consulting with an attorney regarding any legal matters.
Finding telehealth specialty service providers is not as difficult as it has been in the past. The challenge is to find those that will meet the unique needs and requirements of your unique health care organization. Specialty providers and organizations will have similarities and differences, in their practices, business models, and the ways they provide healthcare services as they pertain to providing healthcare via telemedicine.
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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