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Telehealth Basics

Using telehealth as a service can be overwhelming without the right resources. Our Telehealth Resource Centers have gathered resources on how to get started, what best practices you should follow, what’s required from a technology standpoint, as well as operating procedures and financial planning.

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Fact Sheets

Virtual Healthcare

Quality, cost-effective care and education delivered via smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, kiosks, portals, remote patient monitoring devices and other new and emerging technologies. Read More

Fact Sheets

How Patients Can Engage Telehealth

Telehealth is a way to receive healthcare services digitally. Telehealth lets you videoconference with doctors through computers, tablets, or smartphones and virtually connect to your local clinic or other health locations without leaving your home. Read More

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Framing Telehealth

As state and federal policymakers, government agencies, insurers, practitioners, and consumers expanded the opportunities for telehealth, a wide range of terms and definitions have emerged. Unfortunately, there are very few universal definitions and many terms… Read More