webinar Archives - National Consortium of Telehealth Research Centers

NCTRC Webinar – Creative Telehealth Training in an Academic Setting

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Hosted by: Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center

Presenter: Susan Chase-Cantarini and Susan Hall


The University of Utah offers health sciences students a unique telehealth training experience combined with interprofessional education (IPE). Students from nursing, medicine, social work, etc. are first taught telehealth concepts and etiquette and IPE competencies. Simulated complex case studies over video then provide a safe environment for students to practice applying telehealth in an interprofessional setting. A partnership with Utah Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Scholars Program broadened the training so students from multiple universities and colleges across Utah train together.

NCTRC Webinar – Federal and State Policy Updates for CY 2019, including CMS Changes & State Level Trends

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Hosted by: Center for Connected Health Policy

Presenter: Mei Kwong, J.D., CCHP – Executive Director; Jonathan Neufeld, PhD, gpTRAC – Executive Director


Join the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) on February 21st, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PST) for an examination of recent telehealth policy changes.  CCHP Executive Director, Mei Kwong will be joined by Jonathan Neufeld, PhD of gpTRAC to discuss:

CY 2019 Medicare Telehealth Policy Changes
Medicare Advantage Plans & Telehealth
Latest on Telehealth & Substance Use Disorder
Developments on the State Level

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National TRC Webinar – Behavioral Assessment and Intervention via Telehealth for Children with Autism and Related Disorders

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Telehealth service delivery allows for increase access to care and minimizing disparities in delivering behavior analytic assessment and intervention to children diagnosed with ASD and related disorders with challenging behaviors. In this webinar, we will discuss clinic-to-clinic and clinic-to-home pilot projects currently being carried out at Seattle Children’s Autism Center in which this specialty service has been effectively delivered through telehealth. We will discuss how we translated behavior analytic telehealth research into a systematic and sustainable telehealth service delivery model in a hospital setting. In addition, pitfalls and recommendations for practice for providers will be discussed.

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