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National TRC Webinar – Innovation and Impact with Speech Language Pathology Telepractice

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Michael Towey and Nathan Curtis are two of the nation’s most experienced Speech Language Pathology (SLP) Telepractitioners – join us as they share an overview of SLP Telepractice, highlight web-based approaches and how various clinical disciplines can re-purpose “off the shelf programs” and apps to make take-home virtual materials which allow children and families to extend treatment on their own devices at home and in other settings, and how these methods help improve engagement and outcomes. They’ll cover bedrock clinical principles applied to telepractice and techniques to engage a variety of age groups. They’ll also include clinician and e-helper competencies, coaching within telepractice, highlight key program results (NOMS), and share patient, caregiver and e-helper feedback.

 

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Telehealth Gives Doctors a Chance to Be Where They’re Most Needed

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Article Author: Erick Wicklund

Source: mHealth Intelligence, June 18th, 2018

Telehealth technology is allowing Dr. John Bender to be in two places at once. And that makes a big different in care management and coordination for thousands of patients at his Colorado-based medical practice.

Bender, senior partner and Chief Executive Officer of Miramont Family Medicine, is using a pair of telemedicine robots to coordinate care at the three-office medical practice. He says the telepresence units are used every day in the practice, which employs about 80 practitioners and sees some 20,000 patients a year.

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Telebehavioral Health Strategies for Rural Hospitals & Clinics

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This session will outline the basic conceptual and regulatory framework surrounding the provision of behavioral health services via live interactive video, and will present several models for integrating telebehavioral health into primary care and hospital services. These models include both clinical and sustainability aspects. Major points of value, as well as common challenges faced by organizations in implementing these programs, will be addressed.

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The Rural Health Care Program: Increasing Connectivity for Rural Health Care Facilities

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