At the same time, advancements in technology offer increased levels of integration allowing for smaller, lighter devices and a greater likelihood of clinician adoption. This intersection of market drivers could not come at a better time, as we are all being asked to do more with less.
Recent changes in the insurance industry now allow insurance companies to be compensated for services provided through telehealth technologies.
Using information and telecommunication technologies to deliver health services has the potential to reduce costs, improve quality, change the conditions of practice, and improve access to health care, particularly in rural and other medically underserved areas.
CSG is looking for Accountable Care Organizations, Community Based Healthcare Organizations and municipalities desiring to establish telehealth connections for healthcare education pilot projects in their respective communities.
Click here for a list of sample questions to ask when considering a telecommunications healthcare solution.
• Conduct Meetings To Create High Level Support and Determine Needs
• Determine Organizational Readiness
• Take Inventory Of Video Conferencing Equipment
• Foster Team Building and Locate Clinical Champions
• Act As A Teleconferencing Coordinator
• Develop Mentors / Program Assistance
• Provide Technical Support
• Offer Training – Maintain Skills
• Recommend Performance Measures / Data Collection
• Define Business Model / Determine Sustainability
• Develop Plans For Long Term Monitoring / Evaluation Methodology
Click here for a copy of California's Telehealth Bill AB-415. (This PDF file requires Adobe® Reader.)
Contact us to discuss applications in telehealth for your practice or health care facility, or community center.