Information. That’s what we’re here for. Some call us a virtual library, some say we’re an information clearinghouse. However you refer to NRTRC, our primary aim is to share information with and offer assistance to Telehealth networks and providers in our seven-state region. And beyond. We’ve received requests for information covering a wide range of topics ranging from protocols to adding new specialties to finding mentors for service providers. We’re even working on a question regarding medical charting at this time. The bottom line is that we’re here to do the research necessary to help you get the answers you need. Our sources range from national organizations to local networks to the fourteen Telehealth Resource Centers around the nation. And each of those TRCs have a wide and deep list of contacts. Perhaps the best aspect of our service? It’s free! So if you have a question about Telehealth, drop us a note (you can reach us through the Contact Us page here on the website. Just click Technical Assistance on the Reason for Contact drop down menu and we’ll get going.
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