Healthcare From Anywhere
The coronavirus pandemic took the need for telehealth from a "luxury" to a necessity. But, for many, there are challenges and untapped opportunities for accessing this important technology. Connected Nation Michigan (CN Michigan) released a comprehensive telehealth study just days before COVID-19 closures.
As part of this work, Connected Nation is hosting a five-part webinar series examining the transformative impact of telehealth in America.
WEBINAR: What are YOUR questions about telehealth?
The next webinar will take place on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 11am (ET).
During this webinar we will focus on the questions YOU still have about telemedicine. We will have a panel of experts to provide insight, guidance, and answers. We invite you to send those questions in advance to email@example.com or join us on October 27 and ask your questions live.
The FCC’s Impact on Telehealth Innovations and Programs
Learn about the FCC’s approach to telemedicine both long term and during the pandemic and find out how decisions that impact patients at home and healthcare providers are made.
Several attendees asked for a copy of the PowerPoint that was part of the presentation. You can open and/or download it by clicking the below image.
Innovations in Telehealth, Patient Use of Telemedicine
Accessing Specialized Care in Remote Locations
Telehealth During Covid
The first webinar took place on June 16, 2020 and featured speakers from Spectrum Health who explained how their company took a three-year plan for expanding telehealth to more patients and hospitals and turned it around in three weeks - all in response to the COVID-19 health pandemic.
You can watch part one of this webinar series by clicking play on the video to your right or by clicking on this link.
More About the Telehealth Study
The study provides, among other information, ways to immediately reduce the barriers to telemedicine, a detailed examination of the challenges faced by rural areas, and state-level policy recommendations to expand telehealth.