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KU Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth

Our Implementing Telehealth ECHO series focuses on assisting diverse healthcare organizations and providers to prepare for the rapid development and deployment of telehealth programs and services to increase direct patient care during the COVID-19 health pandemic or other large-scale crises. We will be providing videos of these sessions below.
04/30/20 Implementing Telehealth ECHO: After the Crisis: Sustaining Telehealth Programs

Shane Hudson, MS, LCP, LCAC, President & CEO, CKF Addiction Treatment

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04/23/20 Implementing Telehealth ECHO: Direct Patient Care - Translating Practice to Telehealth

Damian Stevens, M.D.

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04/16/20 Implementing Telehealth ECHO: State and Federal Policy Updates

Ryan Spaulding, Ph.D.

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04/09/20 Implementing Telehealth ECHO: Telehealth Basics & Spectrum of Care

Shawna Wright, Ph.D.

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Check out our newly added Telehealth Bytes section. These are brief videos that were developed to assist with telehealth implementation and utilization. Topics are chosen in response to frequently asked questions about relevant telehealth topics. COVID-19 specific information is covered.

The University of Kansas Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth (KUCTT) is a recognized world leader in telehealth services and research.

Beginning in 1991 with a single connection to a community in western Kansas, the Kansas telehealth network now has more than 100 sites throughout the state. KU Center for Telemedicine and Telehealth has conducted thousands of clinical consultations for Kansans and hosted hundreds of educational events for health professionals, teachers, students and the public across the network.

KU Center for Telemedicine and Telehealth has been an integral piece of several national and international collaborations that have demonstrated the potential of telehealth to eliminate distance as a barrier to healthcare. With more than 100,000 clinical consultations and educational events, KU Center for Telemedicine and Telehealth is one of the oldest and most successful telehealth programs in the world.

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Last modified: May 28, 2020
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