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.
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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. All podcasts are based on the Interprofessional Framework for Telebehavioral Health Competencies published by the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS) in 2018. 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
Dr. Marlene M. Maheu is the Executive Director of the Telehealth.org, Founder of the Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS), and Founder / CEO of its supporting organization, the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS). For almost 30 years, her focus has been on telehealth legal & ethical risk management & compliance. She has developed more than 100 hours of digitized telebehavioral health training for both private and consumer audiences, housed at Telehealth.org.
Dr. Maheu has served on a dozen professional association committees, task forces, and workgroups related to establishing standards and guidelines for telebehavioral health. She has written 40+ peer-reviewed telehealth book chapters and journal articles and is the lead author of five telehealth textbooks. She gives telehealth keynotes, training, consulting, and staffing.
Shawna Wright, PhD
Dr. Shawna Wright is the Associate Director of KU’s Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth. She is a licensed psychologist who established an independent telepsychology practice in 2011. Dr. Wright has expertise with treating rural and underserved populations, and regularly advocates for telehealth expansion to increase behavioral health access and equity in her home state of Kansas. She serves on several statewide committees as a telehealth expert.
Dr. Wright enjoys telehealth training and consultation with a wide variety of professional groups.
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Each program is available at no charge, in its entire 1-hour format. If you want a CME or CE hour afterward, all you need to do is visit Telehealth.org and register. You’ll have immediate access to the full video-recording, slides, all handouts and of course, your CME or CE credit. Badges and certificates are also available for your social media, website and your boss, if you have one of those, too.