Danielle Louder is Program Director for the federally funded (HRSA/OAT) Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC), a member of the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers, where she leads efforts focused on implementation and growth of telehealth programs throughout the NETRC region, (New England, NY and NJ), as well as collaborating with colleagues from the National Consortium on nation-wide efforts to advance the reach and impact of telehealth. Regional activities are carried out in partnership with the University of Vermont’s Telemedicine Program, and through collaboration with many additional stakeholders throughout the region.
Key efforts include working with stakeholders to advance access and improve health outcomes for rural and underserved populations through innovative models, (e.g. Project ECHO®), and assisting health systems and providers leverage telehealth to address today’s crucial health issues, (e.g. the opioid crisis).
Ms. Louder also serves as Co-Director of MCD Public Health, a member of the National Network of Public Health Institutes, and is responsible for maintenance/growth of the public health portfolio, identifying opportunities for funding diversity, fostering growth/capacity within the PH team, developing new initiatives and facilitating collaboration with organizations locally, regionally and nationally.
- Telehealth in the Northeast, including policy and model programs
- Essentials of Telehealth Program Development
- Telehealth Business Models and Planning
- Rural Health and Telehealth
- Public Health and Telehealth