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Leverage telehealth technologies to improve healthcare access

Telehealth initiatives hold exciting potential to address healthcare access issues in Delaware and beyond, whether from shortfalls in critical healthcare specialties, or in under-served geographic locations. Telehealth also provides innovative ways to meet the demands of an aging population, reduce inappropriate use of emergency departments, prevent hospital readmissions, bring care to the most appropriate setting and more.

  • 15-week online course
  • Geared toward professionals and providers from a variety of backgrounds; no telehealth experience necessary
  • Program approved for 4.5 CEUs

UD's Advanced Telehealth Coordinator Certificate program highlights the benefits and opportunities of telehealth implementations like:

  • patient videoconference visits with medical practitioners
  • virtual mental health and counseling appointments
  • virtual access to specialists in rural and high-need areas
  • remote patient monitoring programs
  • personalized follow-up programs for patient treatment regimens
  • mHealth (mobile health), eICU (electronic intensive care unit) and more

This certificate program provides the foundations of telehealth for participants interested in utilizing telehealth for the delivery of healthcare, including technology evaluation, business and operational considerations, regulations, ethics, privacy and more.

The Advanced Telehealth Coordinator Certificate program is offered in a flexible online format with some scheduled requirements and assignments.

>> Visit the program website for complete details.


Start: February 3, 2020
12:00 am
End: May 11, 2020
12:00 am
University of Delaware


United States