Learn more about the Telehealth Resource Centers, the nation’s leading telehealth experts, in this fact sheet.
There are various ways to interpret telehealth. This fact sheet will help shape your perspective.
15 Step Business Model
15 key steps for creating a business proposal to implement telemedicine.
Telehealth Policy Issues
Existing policy barriers on both federal and state levels contribute to the limited use of telehealth.
Funding Sources for Telehealth
Federal agencies invest millions of dollars each year to support better access to quality health care.
Reimbursement for telehealth is complicated. Policies vary be state and payer.
Telehealth 101 provides basics and fundamental information you’ll need to know for initiating a telehealth program.
HIPAA and Telehealth
A stepwise guide to compliance.
NCTRC Contact Sheet
Telehealth Resource Centers provide free resources for telehealth program development and sustainability.
mHealth & The FDA
This factsheet by the NCTRC explains the FDA’s ruling on regulated medical devices and more.
Quality, cost effective care and education delivered via technological devices.
The National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers (NCTRC) is here to ensure telehealth programs are up and running.
Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs) have been established to provide assistance, education and information to organizations and individuals who are actively providing or interested in providing health care at a distance. Our simple charter from the Office for Advancement of Telehealth is to assist in expanding the availability of health care to underserved populations. And because we are federally funded, the assistance we provide is generally free of charge.