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Oregon

NRTRC Board Members

Cathy Britain
Executive Director, Telehealth Alliance of Oregon, CSBritain Consulting

Rose Locklear, MS, MPH
Field Services Program Manager, Oregon Office of Rural Health

State Collaborative

Telehealth Alliance of Oregon (TAO)
Telehealth Alliance of Oregon (TAO) is a non-profit membership organization. Membership is open to anyone interested in supporting the mission and goas of the organization. TAO welcomes telehealth service providers, organizations interested in providing telehealth services, suppliers of equipment, software or transport for telehealth services, healthcare insurance providers or anyone interested in improving healthcare through telecommunications.

 

State Office of Rural Health

Oregon Office of Rural Health
Oregon Office of Rural Health works to improve the quality, availability, and accessibility of health care for rural Oregonians. Offers assistance to hospitals, clinics, and communities to strengthen the rural health care delivery system. Provides technical assistance to rural communities, recruits health care providers, and serves as a clearinghouse for information and data on rural health issues.

State Telehealth Laws and Reimbursement Policies

The Center for Connected Health Policy helps you stay informed about telehealth-related laws, regulations, and Medicaid programs.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, CMS
A part of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

 

Project ECHO

OHSU ECHO
OHSU ECHO enhances the ability of primary care physicians to treat chronic and complex illnesses in their hometown clinic and increases patient access to care. It is modeled after the University of New Mexico’s Project ECHO ® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes).

OHSU ECHO connects primary care providers with OHSU specialists for live, weekly video teleconferences. These one-hour virtual clinics give primary care physicians real-time reviews of complex cases. OHSU specialists provide written treatment recommendations. Each session also includes a 15- to 20-minute didactic presentation. CME is provided.

The OHSU Telemedicine Network is Oregon's oldest and most comprehensive telehealth program. OHSU gives patients in community hospitals throughout the region immediate access to pediatric, neonatal, stroke, trauma, and other specialists 24/7.

State Telehealth Networks

Oregon Rural Health Clinic (RHC) Telehealth: 2020 Map

State Licensing Boards

Other Oregon Resources