The following attachment is a list of legislative activities compiled by the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) for telehealth and telemedicine within the South Central region (Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee). Please Note: CCHP has a pending legislation/regulation web page located at the following link: http://cchpca.org/state-laws-and-reimbursement-policies Click to View!
Tennessee Research Project Assesses Interest in Statewide Telehealth Communication and Collaboration Effort
The South Central Telehealth Resource Center contracted with Sightline Research + Strategies, a professional research company, to conduct a study of the current telehealth situation in Tennessee and to identify ways to increase communication and collaboration among different telehealth providers in the state. Key findings show that, "Telehealth in Tennessee is growing and expanding as [...]
The SCTRC is conducting research in Tennessee assessing the current and future state of Telehealth in Tennessee. If you are a Telehealth provider in Tennessee and would like to participate, please contact Brittany Beasley, South Central Telehealth Resource Outreach Specialist/Special Projects, at email@example.com. The results will be discussed at the South Central Telehealth Forum (#SCTF2016) in [...]
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. You may visit their webpage by clicking the following link: http://telehealthpolicy.us/laws/pending/state Pending legislation and regulation webpage LEGISLATION: Pending State Bill [...]
Join us for the next Quarterly Thought Conference, which is scheduled for April 13, 2016 at 1 p.m., CDT. The topic will be, “The State of Telehealth in Tennessee.” Speakers include Debra Philpot, Service Line Administrator, Telemedicine/Neuroscience; Charlotte Burns, RN, MHA, FACHE, Vice President of Network Affiliates, TriStar Health; Bill Jolly, Vice President, Tennessee Hospital [...]