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October 2020

NCTRC Telehealth Hack – Telehealth Technology Trends

October 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

NCTRC Telehealth Hack Series
Date and Time: October 21, 11 AM - 12 PM PT

Description:
The Telehealth Technology Assessment Resource Center (TTAC) has seen a significant shift in choosing telehealth technology for providing patient care, most specifically in choosing video conferencing platforms and providing care to the patient in the home, both from the provider and the consumer perspective. TTAC will give a short overview of the changing trends being observed now and in the future. To compliment this webinar, presenters in the following webinar from the Department of Justice, the University of Michigan, and University of Miami Miller will provide an overview of accessibility in telehealth.

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NCTRC Telehealth Hack – Building Accessible Telehealth for Patients with Disabilities from the Ground Up

October 26 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

NCTRC Telehealth Hack Series
Date and Time: October 26, 11 AM - 12 PM PT

Description:
Didactic:
Federal Legal Considerations for Accessible Telehealth for Individuals With Disabilities
Alyse Bass, JD, Clarette Yen, JD - U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section

Case Study #1:
COVID-19’s Impact on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patients- Identify the Barriers and Solutions to Address Them
Michael McKee, MD, MPH - The University of Michigan/Michigan Medicine, Department of Family Medicine

The Deaf Health Clinic, housed in the Department of Family Medicine, cares for over 150 Deaf signers and a much larger population of those who are hard of hearing. Mandatory virtual care for everyone created significant communication challenges for the 17% of US adults who are Deaf and hard of hearing (DHH). To address these challenges, Michigan Medicine/Department of Family Medicine in collaboration with the interpreter department, created a variety of protocols for both in person and telehealth appointments for DHH patients.

Case Study #2:
Increasing Reach and Accessibility of Telehealth Services for Children with Disabilities during COVID-19 and Beyond
Jason Jent, PhD - The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Mailman Center for Child Development

The Mailman Center for Child Development provides services to over 15,000 children per year through a variety of assessment, prevention, and intervention services designed to address concerns of individuals with developmental disabilities and children with special health care needs. Within this case study, telehealth services will be highlighted as an effective mechanism for increasing reach of parenting interventions, neurodevelopmental evaluations, assistive services and technology use, and hearing programs for children with disabilities.

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November 2020

NCTRC Telehealth Hack – Licensure and Patient-Provider Relationships

November 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

NCTRC Telehealth Hack Series
Date and Time: November 10, 11 AM - 12 PM PT

Description:
Expert presenters in the legal area of healthcare will provide a strong foundation for attendees throughout the November series.

In this webinar, the presenters will provide a foundation for understanding state licensure requirements and establishing a bona fide patient-provider relationship. The second webinar will address privacy and liability issues related to delivering healthcare through telehealth modalities. This comprehensive legal overview of telehealth will better equip attendees and familiarize them with the application of legal requirements within telehealth, allowing them to focus on providing quality care.

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NCTRC Telehealth Hack – Privacy and Liability

November 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

NCTRC Telehealth Hack Series
Date and Time: November 18, 11 AM - 12 PM PT

Description:
Expert presenters in the legal area of healthcare will provide a strong foundation for attendees throughout the November series.

This second webinar will address privacy and liability issues related to delivering healthcare through telehealth modalities. This comprehensive legal overview of telehealth will better equip attendees and familiarize them with the application of legal requirements within telehealth, allowing them to focus on providing quality care.

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