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SKC Symposia Presentations

Did you miss Heartland TRC during the SKC Technology Summit in Kansas City? Now you can catch up with slides from the trainings. (Additional A/V recordings will be posted soon.) Goodland Regional Medical Center Kansas Telehealth Services & Pediatric Epilepsy Missouri Telehealth Network – Getting Started in Telehealth Missouri Telehealth Network – Presenting Telehealth South […]

Oklahoma’s HTRC Group Highlights Value of Telemedicine

Rural patients and providers in Oklahoma are benefitting from telemedicine, according to a recent interview with members of the Oklahoma Heartland Telehealth Resource Center. Profiled on Oklahoma’s OETA Network, Candace Shaw, director of telemedicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, discussed how telemedicine is bringing care to patients in remote areas. “With technology, […]

SKC Communications Technology Summit: Telehealth Symposium & Training

The Heartland Telehealth Resource Center (HTRC) has organized a series of valuable, educational telehealth events as break-out sessions during the 5th Annual SKC Communications Technology Summit. Register today. Telehealth Technology Symposium Brief presentations by current users of interactive communications for: Intensive Care Behavioral Health School-Based Outpatient Oncology Home Care Interactive audience-panelist discussion and survey on […]

July 12, 2012 Newsletter

ACA ruling supports telehealth growth June 28 was a landmark day for healthcare reform and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). In a long-awaited ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts affirmed that the individual mandate of the ACA was constitutional. The Supreme Court ruled that the penalty for lack […]

June 21, 2012 Newsletter

Kansas Telehealth brings rural access to epilepsy services and specialists Epilepsy brings many challenges and demands, and those are hard to meet in rural areas, especially for families with younger patients. They need access to a number of specialists and services that are mainly in metropolitan areas. To provide greater access to epilepsy care, Kansas […]