ASTHOConnects: Telehealth Approaches for Treating SUD in Maternal and Child Populations

January 21, 2020
1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

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Telehealth is the use of digital communication technologies to provide long-distance clinical health care and health education. Healthcare providers and public health agencies are utilizing telehealth to provide easier and more accessible care to patients.

Join ASTHO for a live virtual event on the use of telehealth to improve access to substance use disorder treatment, including medically assisted treatment, in maternal and child populations. This three-part presentation will increase attendees’ knowledge of telehealth continuity of care and will focus on the four modalities of telehealth and how they can be leveraged to improve care. Telehealth and behavioral health experts will present on how they have used telehealth in their organizations for provider workforce development and to improve health outcomes for maternal and child populations.

The development of this event is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant numbers UD3OA22890, National Organizations for State and Local Officials and U1XMC31657.

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