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Lieutenant Colonel James J. Jones to Keynote CTeL Summit

CTeL is excited to announce that Lieutenant Colonel James J. Jones, US Army, PhD, PA-C, will be giving the keynote address at the 2017 Executive Telehealth Spring Summit. Telehealth is a vital tool in protecting the Commander-in-Chief, and LTC Jones will discuss the unique aspects of deploying telemedicine in the White House, as well as in challenging […]

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CTeL Conference: “Network Like a Rock Star” with Jaymin Patel

Networking to achieve organizational goals is a valuable strategic talent, and one that can be learned and used in virtually all professional interactions. This is information you will receive at the CTeL Executive Telehealth Spring Summit 2017. Goal-centric networking – with those outside the health care silo – is a skill set that the telehealth […]

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CTeL Conference: Repeal and Replace: Telehealth Impacts and Opportunities

Twenty-two million people in the U.S. may be at risk of losing their health insurance. Telehealth is the organic choice to step up to fill some care needs if ‘repeal and replace’ eliminates or curtails reimbursement for some health services. But will existing telemedicine models be sufficient to care for an aging baby boomer population […]

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CTeL Fall Summit: Q & A with RAND Telehealth Researchers

DTC telehealth is spreading rapidly, but high quality research on important aspects of this innovative healthcare delivery model remains limited. Two researchers at the forefront of attempts to close the gap are Lori Uscher-Pines, PhD, MSc, and J. Scott Ashwood, PhD, from RAND Corporation. They will share their very latest research findings with Summit attendees […]

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Working Group Update: Medical Specialties and Telemedicine Baseline Standards

On November 18, attendees of the Fall 2016 CTeL Executive Telehealth Summit will delve into a question of growing importance: What are the appropriate baseline standards for the practice of telemedicine for different medical specialties? As the use of telemedicine has grown, the range of conditions diagnosed and treated via this care delivery model has […]

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CTeL Summit Session: Could Your Telehealth Marketing Ignite an FTC Sanction or a Lawsuit?

On November 17, attendees of the Fall 2016 CTeL Telehealth Summit will focus on an important emerging issue for the telehealth community: the potential risks and liability posed by telehealth marketing. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), with jurisdiction over truth in advertising, is turning its attention to telehealth marketing claims. So are private litigators. They […]

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CTeL Fall Summit: Q & A with Cybersecurity Experts

On November 18, attendees of the CTeL Fall Telehealth Summit will turn their attention to an urgent concern: how to protect health data in a world of increasing cyber-threats. Panelists for the session, “Held for Ransom: Protecting Yourself Against Cybersecurity Threats” will include two experts in cybersecurity for health care organizations: Robert Hudock, Esq. and Adam […]

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CTeL Summit: CTeL 50 State Research Review of Telemedicine Regulations

On day one of the 2016 Fall CTeL Executive Summit, we will be highlighting a 50 state telemedicine regulation review. To grab your seat for this important discussion, register today! State regulations on telemedicine lack uniformity and are in a state of flux, creating uncertainty for practitioners and others. This session presents the findings from […]

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CTeL Executive Summit: Session Spotlight: Cybersecurity

Former Acting US Attorney General Talks Cybersecurity and Telemedicine Some say the question is not will your data be breached, but rather when, and are you prepared to respond? Cybersecurity is must-have for all involved in telemedicine. The threat posed by criminals, state-sponsored actors, malicious or negligent corporate insiders, and so-called “hactivists” is simply a […]

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CTeL Executive Summit: Session Spotlight: Controlled Substances and DEA

 Controlled Substances and the DEA: Impact on the Delivery of Tele-Mental and Behavioral Services in the Home Telehealth technology can be an effective tool in treating mental health conditions.  Yet, harmony is lacking in how state and federal regulations impact treatment, specifically the prescribing of controlled substances to a patient located in the home. Jim […]

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