Telehealth Resources

American Telemedicine Association

The American Telemedicine Association, established in 1993 as a non-profit organization, ATA goal is to promote access to medical care for consumers and health professionals via telecommunications technology. Membership in ATA is open to individuals, companies and other healthcare and technology organizations.
The Arizona Telemedicine Program is a large, multidisciplinary, university-based program that provides telemedicine services, distance learning, informatics training, and telemedicine technology assessment capabilities to communities throughout Arizona, the sixth largest state in the United States, in square miles.

The Telehealth Alliance of Oregon (TAO) is a non-profit membership organization.  Membership is open to anyone interested in supporting the mission and goals of the organization. TAO welcomes telehealth service providers, organizations interested in providing telehealth services,  suppliers of equipment, software or transport for telehealth services,  healthcare insurance providers or anyone interested in improving healthcare through telecommunications.

Idaho Telehealth Council

The Idaho Telehealth Council will coordinate and develop a comprehensive set of standards, policies, rules and procedures for the use of telehealth and telemedicine in Idaho.

Telehealth Washington

The Telehealth Washington website was created as a place for communities to learn more about alternative health care delivery models as a way to provide and/or receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time. We encourage each visitor to join the “Tele” conversation.

 

University of Nevada School of Medicine – Telemedicine Statewide Initiatives

The three service aspects of the Nevada Telehealth Network provide compressed video technology to support administrative uses of health care practitioners, facilities and organizations. Additionally, continuing education, continuing medical education and educational courses are broadcast between fifty-six community sites. The system provides opportunities for Telemedicine that allows rural and frontier patients to be seen by a practitioner in a comfortable environment, without having to travel long distances from their home communities. Local physicians bring treatment to local patients utilizing a network of interactive video sites connecting with specialist physicians across the state.