Hold your horses! It’s time for another episode of Telehealth Talk! (Episode 7)

  Episode 7 features special guest, Erin Bush. Mrs. Bush, RNC-MNN, is the Project Director for the South Central Telehealth Resource Center (SCTRC), which is part of the Center for Distance Health at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Mrs. Bush discusses the education mission of the SCTRC and the resources [...]

Spreading the Word About Telehealth in Mississippi – Chip Templeton, Advisory Council Guest Blogger

Since attending the first South Central Telehealth Forum in 2013 in Little Rock, I can now reflect on the many telehealth advancements made in our region. Many thanks to all of you who have played a part in this success story. Also, thank you LearnTelehealth.org for providing valuable resources and positive impact. While Mississippi State [...]

Save the Date & Early Bird Registration – Don’t Miss #SCTF2016!

Early Bird Registration  The South Central Telehealth Resource Center is pleased to announce the 4th annual South Central Telehealth Forum (#SCTF2016) on August 1-2, 2016. The event is being held at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Early Bird Registration is now open! If you want to BUILD programs and IMPROVE patient outcomes, [...]

A New Face at SCTRC

At the South Central Telehealth Resource Center, we are thrilled to introduce a new staff member, Kimberly McKee. Our new go-getter has degrees in English, Writing and Mass Communications. She has a Master of Science in Instructional Technologies with an Emphasis in Distance Education, and several hours in the Master of Arts in Teaching program. [...]

By | September 3rd, 2015|Featured|0 Comments

New Quarterly Webinar: Project Echo

Join us Tuesday, October 21st for the next Quarterly Thought Conference from the South Central Telehealth Resource Center and LearnTelehealth.org. October's telehealth-focused event features Natalia Martinez-Paz, MPA, MA. She is the Program Manager for the Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center. Her talk will focus on Project Echo, a program that builds the confidence and skills of [...]

By | October 7th, 2014|Telehealth|Comments Off on New Quarterly Webinar: Project Echo

HRSA Telehealth Toolkit

Deciding to build a telemedicine program is easy. Building it is the hard part. Finding reliable resources for credentialing, reimbursement, and infrastructure planning can be daunting. The Department of Health and Human Services provides numerous resources for rural providers who are interested in Telehealth. Click the link to go to the HRSA Telehealth page: http://www.hrsa.gov/healthit/toolbox/RuralHealthITtoolbox/Telehealth/index.html

By | October 7th, 2014|Telehealth|0 Comments

2013 Video Year in Review

  As we approach the end of another year we wanted to look back to some highlights from 2013 at LearnTelehealh. Our Top Videos of the Year LearnTelehealth Featured Site Series Our staff multi-media specialist, Brian Lee, produced some great videos in 2013 leading off with the "Featured Site" series. The series was produced to [...]

By | December 17th, 2013|Growing Your Program|0 Comments

Teledermatology presentation from Dr. Chris Schach

Please join us for our Quarterly Thought Conference on October 15 at 3:00pm central time. Dr. Chris Schach MD, a dermatologist from Northwest Arkansas, will present his talk titled "Teledermatology: Our Experience." You must register to attend so see the link below. Dr. Schach practices at Ozark Dermatology Clinic. In addition to offering a full-service [...]

By | October 2nd, 2013|Growing Your Program|0 Comments

Am I Rural? No, But You Might Be.

Are you Rural? Maybe I should rephrase that. Does your county or hometown lie in a designated rural area? Answering this question is easier than ever. I want to share two tools for calculating your "rural-ness". My hope is that these tools help motivate you to progress in your telehealth program. Before I proceed let [...]

By | September 17th, 2013|Telehealth|0 Comments

Research Roundup – Telemedicine and Telehealth research, July 2013

It's important to keep abreast of research and evaluation going on in our field of telemedicine and telehealth. It's easy to find out about vendor-driven news releases and white papers yet somewhat more difficult to find useful peer-reviewed research on telemedicine. With that we begin a new recurring blog post series, the LearnTelehealth Research Roundup. [...]

By | July 30th, 2013|Clinical|0 Comments