Curtis Lowery, M.D., has a passion to help deliver the highest quality healthcare to all Americans, no matter their physical location.
Dr. Curtis Lowery to Share Innovative Telehealth Best Practices at Telemed Leadership Forum in Washington, DC
WASHINGTON, DC – January 8, 2018 – Telemedicine Magazine and telehealth accreditor URAC will co-host the “Telemed Leadership Forum 2018: ROI of Telehealth,” March 27 – 29, 2018, at the Renaissance Washington, DC. The national telehealth conference features 30+ telehealth experts who are executives and physician leaders from health systems, health plans, academic medical systems, and telehealth providers. The conference is also being offered as a live streaming webcast. For more information, visit telemed.org.
America is suffering from a national healthcare crisis. Opioids have become a scourge, cutting a wide and fatal swath through small towns, rural areas, and, increasingly, larger cities across the United States.
For Avizia Chief Executive Officer Mike Baird, becoming the first telehealth provider to achieve URAC telehealth accreditation is about more than demonstrating his organization’s commitment to delivering the highest level of quality. It’s also about promoting the entire concept of telehealth in the minds of patients and providers.
America’s military veterans deserve the very best medical services we can provide – and accreditation should play a key role in ensuring they receive the highest possible standard of healthcare, says Dr. Kevin Galpin, executive director, Telehealth Services Office of Connected Care, Veterans Health Administration at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
It is an old but true adage that government moves slowly. While change may be swift, your local, state, or federal regulator is not.
Washington, DC -- The New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) has announced that it will accept telehealth accreditation as evidence of regulatory compliance for part of the state’s telepsychiatry requirements.