Our 2019 Annual Conference was a fantastic success! Our 2020 conference will be bigger and have even more content. Plan now to join us May 17-19, 2020 in Bloomington, Minnesota (greater Minneapolis) at the Radisson Blu Mall of America Hotel.
Our 2017 conference was a fantastic success. Thanks to all who contributed to this effort!
Presentations from the conference:
Marketplace has a fascinating look at recent research into the healthcare systems in several rural states, including four in the gpTRAC region.
In the study, researchers analyzed the barriers to effective and comprehensive health care available to residents. The study’s authors identified four ongoing health care challenges: access to hospitals, the restructuring of health care funding mechanisms, building and supporting the medical workforce, and expanding access to telemedicine technologies.
Healthcare IT News just published a very nice piece providing an overview (from company’s perspective) of 11 popular telehealth platforms. This is coming from the platform vendors themselves, so take it for what it’s worth. But it’s a nice little overview of how these platforms see themselves (or want to be seen).
You can read the comparison here:
The Grand Forks Herald just published a very nice feature story on the Altru Telemedicine Program. There’s even a very cool video of Marsha Waind, Manager of the Altru Telehealth Program and member of the gpTRAC Program Advisory Committee.
gpTRAC Regional Telehealth Conference April 6-7, 2015
Save the date! The 2015 Regional Telehealth Conference will be held April 6-7 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
gpTRAC is excited to again offer an opportunity for the region’s healthcare community to come together to network and learn more about making a difference through telehealth services. This 1.5 day forum offers the opportunity to learn from both regional and national experts as they share their stories and experiences in developing and implementing telehealth to meet the needs of their area. Click on the FORUM tab above to access additional event details.
We look forward to seeing you in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Please call us at 888-239-7092 if you have any questions.
Implementing telehealth projects takes planning, resources, and time. It takes a firm understanding of how telehealth will serve the mission and strategic goals of your organization and a clear vision of the partnerships and IT infrastructure that will make your telehealth project successful. Is your organization ready?
Since 2006 gpTRAC has supported health centers and healthcare networks through the process of planning and implementing telehealth projects throughout Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Here are three ways gpTRAC is here to help:
The gpTRAC Resource Center Online provides information on grants and funding opportunities, previous studies, reports, and white papers on telehealth, and the gpTRAC “toolkit,” which contains guidelines, templates, and forms as you begin to develop telemedicine activities. Think of this as a one-stop-shop for telehealth program planning.
gpTRAC has connections throughout the country to help you find the right people to start and operate a telehealth program. Whether it’s ATA, the Center for Telehealth and eHealth law, or simply other healthcare providers in your region, we dedicate ourselves to creating networks that support telehealth.
gpTRAC personnel are available to meet with organization leaders on-site to complete a telehealth readiness assessment report. Issues covered include: organization mission, goals, and structure, partnerships, outreach, referral patterns, educational needs, management needs, services, equipment and technology requirements.
Telehealth & HIT: Partners in Patient Care
gpTRAC Regional Telehealth Forum
April 3-4, 2014
We are looking for presentations that support this year’s theme and can:
1) expand the understanding that telehealth is indeed a technology that creates and uses various kinds of health information in the care of a patient;
2) share how an organization intertwined their telehealth services with their HIT services;
3) encourage others to look to their own organizations and say “We should do that too!”.
Forum Registration: Watch for the official registration information…coming soon!!
Hotel Registration: Click here to make your room reservations at the Embassy Suites, Minneapolis, Airport/Mall of America. There is a limited number of rooms reserved for this event.
From the University of Minnesota office of Technology Commercialization:
Start-up Seminar: Your role in the company
University of Minnesota researchers are invited to this free event that will feature a panel of researchers and entrepreneurs to discuss a faculty member’s role in a start-up company and answer questions about conflict of interest. Enjoy complementary refreshments at this excellent networking opportunity.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (CST)
McNamara Alumni Center – Maroon and Gold Room
200 Southeast Oak Street, Minneapolis, MN 55414
For more information on registration: Register Here