Significant advances in technology makes telehealth and telemedicine feasible, enhancing access to services and education. Our speakers will address efforts in Colorado to provide access to these methods with particular emphasis on the acceptance by families.
Following this event, the audience will better understand:
• ECHO and how is it different than telemedicine;
• two major changes happening in 2017 that will impact payment for telemedicine in Colorado;
• the philosophy and data behind EI Colorado's decision to allow providers to utilize telehealth;
• how telehealth will benefit families and providers;
• the telehealth training that providers and service coordinators will be offered;
• the delivery of applied behavior analytic services for severe problem behavior delivered via telehealth
• parent acceptance of applied behavior analytic services for severe problem behavior delivered via telehealth
1:00-1:05 – Welcome and Introductions – Cordelia Robinson Rosenberg, PhD, RN, JFK Partners
1:05-1:20 – How ECHO is different than telemedicine and 2017 policy changes – Fred Thomas, PhD
1:20-2:00 – Early Intervention Colorado’s plans to use telehealth – Beth Cole
2:00-2:45 –Telehealth delivery of ABA for problem behaviors and parent acceptance – Patrick Romani, PhD, BCBA-D
2:45-3:00 – Wrap-up and Q&A
• John “Fred” Thomas, PhD, Director of Telehealth, Children’s Hospital Colorado
• Beth Cole, Fiscal Accountability Manager, Early Intervention, Office of Early Childhood, CDHS
• Patrick Romani, PhD, BCBA-D, Pediatric Mental Health Institute, Children’s Hospital Colorado
You may join the live presentation at the Anschutz Medical Campus, or you can connect via the web. Either way, be sure to register!
Click on the "Register Now" Star to register. Deadline for registration is Feb 13, 2017.