Expanded telehealth flexibilities during the COVID public health emergency allowed for FQHCs and RHCs to serve as distant site providers to virtually manage largely underserved populations. Three FQHCs from different areas of the country share their experiences implementing telehealth, including best practices and lessons learned.
-Becky Bounds, MSN, RN-BC, CPHQ, Program Manager, TexLa Telehealth Resource Center
-Rafael De La Paz, Chief Executive Officer, Community Health Centers of South Central Texas
-Casey Castner, Telehealth Operations Coordinator, Finger Lakes...
Mei Kwong, Executive Director for the Center for Connected Health Policy, the federally designated telehealth policy resource center, provides an update on federal and state telehealth policy, what’s been made permanent, what’s still temporary and what we may see in the coming months.