Optimizing Telehealth Podcast
Join today’s telehealth industry leaders as they discuss competency-based, evidence-based, inter-professional, and yes, international telehealth service delivery in this telehealth podcast.
Featured: When Is Telehealth Appropriate?
Optimizing Telehealth is both a telehealth podcast and a telemedicine podcast. All programs are available for CME and CE credit hours with a live training experience through the Telebehavioral Health Institute. The video and audio tracks are then reformatted into video-cast segments to be shared through Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. That video stream is further reformatted into audio podcasts to be shared as segments through these eight popular podcast stations: iTunes, iHeart Radio, Google Play, Sounder, TuneIn, Amazon Music, Stitcher, Spotify.
All podcasts are based on the Interprofessional Framework for Telebehavioral Health Competencies published by the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS) in 2018. The Optimizing Telehealth series of telehealth podcasts then are designed to help professionals granularly consider how the framework applies to the practice of telehealth, telemedicine, and teletherapy. For a no-cost copy of the full journal article, click here.
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Meet Your Host and Co-Hosts
Marlene M Maheu, PhD
Shawna Wright, PhD
Dr. Wright enjoys telehealth training and consultation with a wide variety of professional groups.
Allison Crawford, MD
Her research focuses on access, quality, and equity in virtual care.
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