NACHC’s Monthly Telehealth Office Hours
New Sessions Convene the 2nd
Thursday of Each Month

 Next Session: State Assistive Technology (AT) Act
April 8 | 2:00 PM
—3:00 PM EDT

Click here to access the webinar the day of or add it to your calendar!

NACHC offers monthly Telehealth Office Hours for health center, PCA, and HCCN staff who have questions or want to share information about telehealth related policy and operational activities. In addition to updates and Q&A, each session will focus on a specific topic of concern. These sessions convene the second Thursday of each month at 2:00 PM EST.  

Join us Thursday, April 8 as we learn more about the State Assistive Technology (AT) Act program and the services they provide. State AT programs provide information and awareness about AT, train people how to use AT, demonstrate AT that is responsive to a person’s needs related to vaccine access, testing, physical distancing, using telemedicine, enrolling in programs, and participating in virtual health and wellness and social engagement programs.

Click here to access the webinar the day of or add it to your calendar!

The Telehealth Office Hours are hosted through a collaborative effort:

For more information, contact Phillip Stringfield at

This Month's Telehealth Office Hours Session: We will resume April 8, 2021 at 2:00PM

Access Materials from Previous Telehealth Office Hours

Upcoming Telehealth Training Events

National FQHC Telehealth TTA Partners Roundtable
January 22, March 26, and May 28, 2021 | 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern
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Presented by NACHC in collaboration with National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers

Attention:  All HRSA-funded Primary Care Associations, Health Center Controlled Networks, National Training and Technical Assistance Partners, and Telehealth Resource Centers: Sign up for the Telehealth T/TA Partners Roundtable Series

The National FQHC Telehealth Technical Assistance Partners Roundtable (the “Roundtable”) provides a forum for increased cooperation and enhanced opportunities for coordination among HRSA-funded Telehealth Technical Assistance (TTA) providers and other critical stakeholders. Through its activities, the Roundtable aims to maximize the impact of HRSA-funded TTA activities undertaken in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, as well as to facilitate a timely and evidence-based response to the emerging telehealth TTA needs of health centers as they expand their competencies and capacities in the area of telehealth operations.
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