The Business of Telemedicine
Join us for this live webinar for insights into the business case for implementing telemedicine, and to learn how it can benefit you and your practice. Understand how to assess your practice readiness, and hear about peripheral devices that enable virtual physical exams and resources offering objective assessments of those technologies. Plus, get connected with AAFP and Telehealth Resource Center (TRC) resources to help you understand how to incorporate telemedicine and telehealth capabilities in your practice.
About the Webcast
The Business of Telemedicine
After completing this activity, you should be able to:
- Explore the benefits and barriers of telehealth for family physicians
- Examine the business case for and evaluation of telehealth
- Identify the necessary components of an organizational assessment for telehealth readiness by examining one such tool (eSTART)
- Review technical advances in telehealth to increase familiarity with existing technologies and capabilities in the telehealth domain
- Gain a clear understanding of how HIPAA applies within telehealth
Estimated time required to complete the full webcast: 60 minutes
Original release date of webcast: March 30, 2018.
Janine Gracy, MSE, CHES, CPP
Project Director, Heartland Telehealth Resource Center
Janine Gracy is the Director of the Heartland Telehealth Resource Center serving Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. She has spent her career in the field of health sciences, leading organizations and communities in public health initiatives and the strategic planning process. She has extensive experience in program development, organizational management, grant writing and building the capacity of individuals and organizations through leadership, coaching and best practice training. Janine has a Master of Science in Education, a Bachelor of Science in Education, both in Health Sciences from the University of Kansas. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist and a Certified Prevention Professional. Janine is a former school board member and serves on the Kansas Family Partnership Board of Directors as President-Elect and the House Corporation Board of Directors for Delta Delta Delta at the University of Kansas. She grew up in rural Kansas and is a champion of programs concerning health care access, public education, and youth development.
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