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NRTRC is proud to provide you with the most up-to-date Telehealth News. From legislative and regulatory updates, to announcements, here you’ll find everything in the industry you need to stay informed. We will continue to benefit from expanding collaboration and information sharing as our membership list grows.

Watching Telehealth Expand

July 30, 2014
I went down to St. George, Utah, last weekend. My purpose was simple and selfish. I wanted to go to an airshow that was featuring the Blue Angels. I’ve been a fan of the Navy’s flight demonstration squadron since I first saw them fly in 1969 and knew I could get into St. George without too much hassle. While hanging around in the crowd waiting for the show to start, I struck up a conversation with a couple sitting in front of me.

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Telehealth's Classic Uses

July 23, 2014
We all know about Telehealth’s classic uses: store-and-forward, where images are taken and later sent to a provider for analysis (dermatology and wound care come to mind); and interactive encounters, where a caregiver talks directly with a patient on a real-time videoconference connection. But is there more? Or should I say,

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Questions, Questions

July 16, 2014
Questions, questions, questions. We thrive on questions. Ask anything about Telehealth and we’ll do what we can to find you an answer. For instance in the last two days we’ve received a batch of interesting queries. We got a request for information about store-and-forward dermatology from a network member the other day.

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The Gallup Poll confirmed what we at the NRTRC already knew.

July 09, 2014
The Gallup Poll people conducted a survey ending in December of 2013, asking people across the United States if they thought their state was the best or worst to live in (or somewhere in between). The results confirm what we at NRTRC already knew.

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The Federation of State Mecial Boards' guidelines for an Interstate Licensing Compact

July 02, 2014
The New York Times recently ran an article about the Federation of State Medical Boards’ (FSMB) guidelines for an interstate licensing compact. This is exciting news, especially for Telehealth providers. When the draft legislation is finalized and adopted by states, it means that the onerous licensing burden on healthcare providers will be eased.

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