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Our selection of white papers has been developed to help you understand different aspects of Telehealth. The papers are researched and prepared to be quick reads to provide basic information on the topics represented.

Bring Your Own Device

What is the state of the industry regarding the burgeoning demand from a significant number of healthcare providers to use their own tablets or smart phones while working with patients? The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is a topic of discussion throughout the Telehealth industry and few solid solutions have been offered.
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Marketing Your Telehealth Program

Many Telehealth networks were built on a premise from the movie Field of Dreams: “If you build it, they will come.” Telehealth providers soon found that simply building a network wasn’t enough. Success required that networks not only be built, but that they be used as part of routine patient care and that prospective patients had to know that the network existed so that they could request specialty care be delivered to them from distant sites.
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The Future of Telehealth

Predicting the future is a challenge in areas that aren’t’ very dynamic, but with something like telehealth (which seems to change daily), prognostication is a very daunting endeavor.
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Developing a Telehealth Champion

One of the most-often heard statements in discussions revolving around starting or growing a Telehealth network is that the network must have a champion or champions. NRTRC has always included that statement in discussions for startup networks or for networks that aren’t being used as fully as administrators would like. “You’ve got to find a champion,” is a comment we’ve heard often. But why must we? What does ‘being a champion’ mean? What do champions do?
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Telehealth Network Training

Training is a vital part of Telehealth Network operations. And while that statement is patently obvious, it also leads to many questions: Who should be trained? How often should training take place? What should training consist of? Who should conduct the training? This white paper will attempt to answer some of those questions.
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TRC Ten-year Report

Looking back at the TRC movement

A ten-year retrospective of the Telehealth Resource Center program.
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