Formerly hosted by the U.S. Health and Human Services – Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (HHS – ASPR), the Telehealth Hack program has fully transitioned to the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers.
The National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers (NCTRC) is now hosting the Telehealth Hack. This webinar series will continue to deliver virtual peer-to-peer webinar learning sessions to support the adoption of telemedicine across the nation.
Through the end of 2020 and into the spring of 2021, the NCTRC has planned for several core telehealth related topic areas. The first installment is a two-part webinar series, scheduled in the month of October, which will focus on technology and ADA compliance. In November, expert speakers will familiarize attendees with the application of legal requirements within telehealth, and the December series will provide an overview of school and college-based telehealth.
Similar to the original series, there is no cost to register for the NCTRC Telehealth Hack sessions. All healthcare providers interested in learning more about telehealth are encouraged to participate.
Why Should I Attend?
Because of the pandemic, the NCTRC has seen a significant increase in requests for information and resources on telehealth. With the Telehealth Hack program transitioned to the NCTRC, TRCs will be hosting a series of sessions centered on core topics surrounding telehealth. From these sessions, attendees will learn:
- Basic telehealth knowledge in implementation and best practices.
- Learn from experienced peers, providing a sound foundation when setting up their own telehealth program.
- Accessibility to telehealth experts throughout the nation. TRCs will be available throughout pre- and post-sessions to assist with overcoming barriers and issues.
- CME/CEU credits will be available for attending these sessions at no cost to attendees.
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