In this course module, we will:Review the Arkansas Telemedicine Law passed in 2015. Identify and explain revisions from Arkansas Act 203 of 2017. Identify and explain new information from Arkansas Act 203 of 2017. Summarize components that remains the same. View scenarios to understand components of the law.
Instructions to complete the course:
1. View the entire activity
2. Complete the survey
Upon completion of this module, the learner will be able to:
1. Identify the team members of a typical Distant site.
2. Define the roles of Telehealth team members.
3. Distinguish among the various roles and responsibilities of Telehealth team members.
4. Identify the team members of a typical Originating site.
The purpose of this training module is to help health care entities and individuals explore how commercialization can serve as a catalyst for digital innovation. The target audience for this module includes health care administration, researchers, providers, etc. This module will help you to identify local support services to help protect intellectual property, to articulate the specific use-case scenario and value proposition to relevant stakeholders, and to execute well-designed validation field studies to demonstrate that value. For instance, some Arkansas support services are currently included with more state resources to be highlighted in the near future. Learn More
mHealth is a growing field in healthcare delivery. The use of mobile devices to record and utilize health data is a concept that is taking over the user-focused technology landscape. This course will take a look at how mobile devices are being used in medical settings.
New and amended rules from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services permit medicare participating hospitals to provide telemedicine services to their patients through written agreements with a distant-site hospital or a distant-site telemedicine entity.
This module is intended to provide you with an overview of these changes in the credentialing and privileging process as it relates to telemedicine.
Are you new to telehealth or telemedicine? Have you ever wondered what this telemedicine stuff is all about? View courses in this category to get a general overview of telehealth and telemedicine.
Interested in School-Based Telemedicine and what it can mean for you? This course will walk you through the different scenarios and play them out in depth in order to illustrate the benefits of such a clinic in a school setting. We will look at the student all the way to the payer. Continue with this course to see the benefits that School-Based Telemedicine can bring about.
Have you ever wondered how HIPAA and privacy laws play a part in telemedicine? Allow our resident HIPAA expert, Captain Compliance, take you on a tour of what you need to know when dealing with these crucial elements and the incorporation of a telemedicine program.
Policies are what drives telemedicine. In this module, we will look at the federal policies that drive telemedicine and telehealth. These serve as a guide to assist starting and operating a telemedicine program. If you are a medical provider and would like to receive continuing education credits for this course, please visit learnondemand.org
Policies are what drives telemedicine. In this module, we will look at the legal policies and laws that govern telemedicine and telehealth. These serve as a guide to assist starting and operating a telemedicine program. If you are a medical provider and would like to receive continuing education credits for this course, please visit learnondemand.org
Policies are what drives telemedicine. In this module, we will look at the policies pertaining to Medicare and Medicaid that govern telemedicine and telehealth. These serve as a guide to assist starting and operating a telemedicine program. If you are a medical provider and would like to receive continuing education credits for this course, please visit learnondemand.org
You might be wondering how to get your telemedicine program off the ground, and even if you do that, how to sustain it. This course will look at just that. We will look at what is needed to get the program going, the equipment and staff that is needed, and the plan that will help it thrive.
Technology is constantly changing, and this holds true for telemedicine and telehealth. This course will walk you through some of the different technologies that are out there and what is best for you and your program. You may not always need what you think you do. However, you do not want to find yourself unprepared.
Interested in learning what nurses need to know about telehealth. This course will walk you through the what nurses need to know about telehealth. We describe the important role of the Nurse or Nurse Practitioner in coordinating care and using technology. We will discuss the legal, ethical, and regulatory issues surrounding telehealth nurses and nurse practitioner’s and we will describe innovative telehealth programs related to managing patient populations and nursing roles.
Continue with this course to see the benefits of how nurses can use telehealth.
This module is meant to provide you with some general guidelines to perform before, during and after a Telemedicine event from both the Spoke and Hub Site. Keep in mind that most Telemedicine events are unique and this module is intended to provide you with a sample of what an event could look like.