School TeleHealth programs are growing in number as a way to serve school-aged children in underserved areas. This dynamic one minute video will get you up to date on the top five benefits of School-Based Telehealth.
Arkansas Governor Hutchinson signed the Arkansas Telemedicine Law, Arkansas Act 887 to encourage the use of telemedicine and authorize reimbursement and regulation of services provided through telemedicine.
The new law goes into effect immediately; however, the parity provisions (Subchapter 16 of Arkansas Act 887) do not go into effect until on and after July 1, 2016 for Arkansas Medicaid and on and after January 1, 2016 for all other health benefit plans.
Ouachita County Medical Center Director of Education, Carolyn Key RN, shares how her mobile unit is opening a world of rural health education to hospital staff seeking continuing education credits.
Join us Thursday, June 18th for the next Quarterly Thought Conference from the South Central Telehealth Resource Center, LearnTelehealth.org. This webinar is part of the ongoing, collaborative National Webinar Series […]
The following is a list of legislative activities for telehealth and telemedicine within the South Central region (AR, MS and TN). A special thanks goes to the Center for Connected Health policy for providing this information.
Understanding the legislative and regulatory landscape within Telehealth is somewhat complex. Technology has consistently outpaced our ability to write legislation to support and protect people. The Center for Telehealth and […]