CMA Telehealth Resource Center

Development funded by the California Health Care Foundation

The CMA Telehealth Resource Center is a compilation of the best available resources to help physicians implement and utilize telehealth in their practices. These resources have been thoroughly vetted by CMA to present only the most relevant resources.

The resources listed ican be sorted by category, topic, type and source to help physicians find the tools that address the specific issues they are facing. New resources will be added to this center regularly, so please check back often for updates.

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Archive by category: UCSF Center for Vulnerable PopulationsReturn

This resource includes guides for clinicians on the following: setting up your zoom account for patient videos, quick guide to your first telehealth visit, helping patients download zoom by phone, converting telephone visits to video visits in real time, using audio interpreters in video visits. It also includes guidance for clinicians to support working with patients with limited digital literacy and limited English proficiency. This resource also includes zoom video instructions for patients and videos on how to download zoom on android and iPhone in the following languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. 

| Categories: Video, Webpage, UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations, Office Workflow and Preparedness | Tags: Limited English, Digital Literacy, Workflow, Patient Handouts, patient engagement

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