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Utah Telehealth Network

Utah Telehealth Network

The Utah Telehealth Network (UTN) links patients to health care providers across our state, country and the world by using leading edge telecommunications technology. The Utah Telehealth Network uses interactive video to deliver patient care, provide continuing education to health professionals, and to facilitate administrative meetings.
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Video: Benefits of Telemedicine

This mission of the Utah Telehealth Network is to expand access to health care services and resources through innovative application of technology, serving healthcare providers, patients and the citizens of the State of Utah. Clinical telemedicine services offered though UTN include patient exams, patient consultations and follow-up exams.
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Networking Services

Networking Services

The Utah Telehealth Network operates a secure standards based IP network that connects to the University of Utah Hospital, the University of Utah, Internet2, National Lambda Rail (NLR) and the Internet using Gigabit connections.
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Free Clinical Tools - courtesy of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library

Healthcare IT News

Free Clinical Tools is a virtual tool bag of online resources to aid clinicians in decision making at point of care or as discovery tools for follow-up care. Selected by Eccles Health Sciences Library staff and faculty, some tools require registration, such as the full text portal Medscape but all listed tools can be freely accessed when connected to the internet. Arranged by category such as

  • Quick Start
  • Articles or Literature
  • Clinical Guidelines
  • Clinical Calculators
  • Drug Tools
  • Genetics and Medicine
  • Lab Resources
  • Patient Education

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American Medical Association offers new telemedicine recommendations


During its annual meeting, the American Medical Association's House of Delegates approved its Council on Medical Service's report setting forth recommendations regarding the practice of telemedicine. The report, which comes on the heels of the Federation of State Medical Boards' new model telemedicine policy, provides an overview of key topics specific to telemedicine, including reimbursement, known practice guidelines, and telemedicine use cases, and establishes a number of new AMA policies and recommendations regarding telemedicine services.

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Telemedicine Information


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