Resources

Healthcare leaders across the ecosystem are improving telehealth services to better care for and address unique needs of our aging communities. Below you will find a collection of reputable, independent resources to advance adoption of age-inclusive telehealth that enables older adults to successfully age in place and preserve their quality of life.

Resources can be narrowed or filtered by the principle of interest, medical specialty, telehealth modality, care setting, or the type of content you’re interested in reading.

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Webinar/Podcast

CE4TA Webinar: Hospital at Home in a Post Pandemic Era

May 2024

In this webinar, Dr. Linda DeCherrie, Vice President of Clinical Strategy and Implementation at Medically Home, provided an in-depth overview of the Hospital at Home (HAH) model, highlighting the key role it plays in delivering safe, effective, and patient-centered care to older adults. The session featured a panel discussion with Dr. Bruce Leff (Johns Hopkins) and Rani Snyder (John A. Hartford Foundation), who shared strategies for improving healthcare accessibility and tailoring care to address the unique needs of older adults.

Webinar/Podcast

CE4TA Webinar: Creating Access to Care in Rural America

May 2024

In this webinar, Rebecca Harless, Vice President of CAMC Greenbrier Valley Medical Center in West Virginia, presented strategies for establishing telemedicine hubs to ensure access to care in rural communities. The session also featured a panel discussion with experts in telehealth, geriatric care, and rural health, offering valuable insights to improve healthcare delivery in these critical areas.

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A New Interprofessional Community-Service Learning Program, HATS (Health Ambassador Teams for Seniors) to Improve Older Adults Attitudes about Telehealth and Functionality

Sep 2021

Review that describes a new interprofessional community-service learning program geared towards improving older adults’ attitudes about telehealth.

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Perceptions of Telehealth vs In-Person Visits Among Older Adults With Advanced Kidney Disease, Care Partners, and Clinicians

Dec 2021

Review that describes how older adults with chronic kidney disease, their caregivers, and their clinicians perceive telehealth encounters and ultimately discusses that greater resources are needed to support older adults with chronic illness, limited English proficiency, hearing loss, and limited access to technology.

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