Telehealth Capitol Connection

The Telehealth Capitol Connection

To meet the growing interest in using telemedicine to improve health care delivery, ATA, with the briefing expertise and thought leadership of Neal Neuberger launched the Telehealth Capitol Connection (TCC), a bi-monthly briefing series for Congress, federal agencies, national organizations, and other interested stakeholders. Check back soon for registration and details on our February TCC briefing on Telehealth for Improving Mental and Behavioral Care! 

Most Recent Briefing:

Telehealth Lessons from the States
Date: Tuesday, November 15
Time: 8:30 - 10:00 am EST
Location: Jones Day, located at the foot of Capitol Hill, 300 New Jersey Ave, NW Conference Room #740


Click here to register for this briefing

Speakers:
Henry DePhillips, MD, 
Chief Medical Officer, Teladoc

• Allison Wils, JD
Executive Director, State Programs and Senior Director, Health Policy, The ERISA Industry Committee

• Latoya Thomas
Director, State Policy Resource Center, American Telemedicine Association


This briefing was supported by:


Build your brand by sponsoring the next TCC Briefing! 
Want to learn how your organization can sponsor a Telehealth Capitol Connection briefing? Contact Sandy Hung at shung@americantelemed.org or 202-223-3333. 

 


Briefing Videos

November 2016 Briefing:
Telehealth Lessons from the States
*Video is not available for the November 2016 briefing. 
View Slide Deck #1 
View Slide Deck #2
View Slide Deck #3

September 2016 Briefing:
Bringing People Needed Healthcare Services: Improving Broadband Throughout the Nation
*Video is not available for the September 2016 briefing. 
View Slide Deck #1 
View Slide Deck #2

June 2016 Briefing:
Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring in Federal Healthcare Programs
Watch this briefing

April 2016 Briefing:
Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring in a Value-Based Payment Environment
Watch this briefing

February 2016 Briefing:
Major Congressional Telehealth and Remote Monitoring Proposals
Watch this briefing