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ECHO Series: Sustaining Telehealth Beyond COVID-19

LOGO: KU Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth - The University of Kansas: A Free TeleECHO Event via Zoom

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Whether you are new to telehealth or have established telehealth programs, we want to hear about your experiences and needs related to telehealth utilization in response during rapid implementation. Please consider sharing your telehealth journey, questions, barriers, challenges, solutions, and resources with the broader ECHO collaborative learning experience. 

A couple sees a doctor on the screen of a laptop. At the conclusion of this ECHO series participants should be able to:

  • Establish a foundation for sustainability in telehealth services.

  • Implement long-term strategies for providers and organizations using telehealth in the future.

Open To: 

While helpful to everyone, this series is specifically designed for organizations and providers who have started using telehealth and are interested in understanding how to strategically plan for sustainable telehealth programs.

Case Studies:

This ECHO series focuses on assisting diverse healthcare organizations and providers sustain telehealth programs beyond the COVID-19 public health emergency. Participants are encouraged to share system-level and patient-based cases to enrich the collaborative learning process.

When:

Fourth Friday of the Month beginning January 22nd and running through September 24th, 2021. All sessions are from Noon-1 P.M.

Upcoming sessions:

Friday

May

28

2021

SESSION 5 - Technology

PROVIDER RESILIENCE & SELF-CARE

Friday

June

25

2021

SESSION 6 - Clinical

CLINICAL EXAMS

Friday

July

23

2021

SESSION 7 - Technology

NEW PRODUCTS & UPDATES

Friday

Aug.

27

2021

SESSION 8 - Administrative

ACCESS TO CARE: SEPARATING PROCESS FROM POLICY

Friday

Sept.

24

2021

SESSION 9 - Clinical

BUSINESS PLANNING

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