The Hep C Telehealth Toolkit is a practical guide for the implementation of Hep C telehealth featuring various types of partnerships and setting in which Hep C telehealth can be successfully implemented, as well as best practices and minimum requirements for implementation.
Read the Hep C Telehealth Toolkit: An Implementation Guide for Clinicians and Healthcare Agencies.
Telehealth is on the rise
Telehealth grew rapidly in 2020 due to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic and, its acceptance, effectiveness and feasibility have been demonstrated across most aspects of medicine and healthcare.
There are 3 Hep C Telehealth Frameworks
- Tele-Harm Reduction
- Facilitated Telehealth with Onsite Clinician
- Facilitated Telehealth without Onsite Clinician
Roles, Responsibilities and Settings
Successful implementation of Hep C telehealth require flexibility to optimize available resources and does not always follow a designated framework. The roles can be filled by other staff with qualified experience (view page 6 for more details).
Telehealth billing are complex and guidance is continually changing in line with the healthcare landscape. Review the frequently asked questions regarding billing or any additional support needed.