An Ohio behavioral health clinic is using a federal grant of almost $2 million to expand telehealth services for domestic violence victims in need of counseling. The Toledo-based Zepf Center is using the $1.8 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) to create a connected health platform aimed at preventing
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Telehealth Program Developer Kit
Guide provides in easy to follow steps the actives that should be undertaken during the development or expansion of a telehealth program. Incudes templates, checklists and a variety of guides.
This module provides guidance in identifying: 1) training content required by different staff providing or receiving Telemedicine services, 2) types of training available, and 3) sources of training. Although the underlying principles discussed in the module can be applied to many technology applications in health care settings, this module addresses the specific training requirements of programs using telecommunications and information technologies to provide clinical services when distance separates the participants (Telemedicine).
There are a variety of telemedicine training modalities available, from formal classroom programs to hands-on training at a health care site. Most telemedicine programs employ a variety of training strategies to provide the needed breadth and depth of information required for staff to develop and operate a telemedicine program. Combining didactic training with hands-on skill building and peer-to-peer interaction will achieve the best training results.
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