New Mexico Telehealth Alliance Toolkit

The Future of Telehealth

Best Practice Guidelines

Providing care with medical ethics while maintaining the patient’s well-being via telemedicine is provided by the American Medical Association.

Current state laws and policies curated by the Center for Connected Health Policy. ​

Other Resources

Researched by the American Medical Association: Physicians' motivations and requirements for adopting digital health adoption and attitudinal shifts from 2016 to 2019.​

The Center for Connected Health Policy provides updates on pending telehealth legislation.​

This report, which was jointly developed by the American Medical Association and Manatt Health Strategies (Manatt Health), expands on existing research by articulating a more robust framework for measuring the value of digitally enabled care that accounts for the various ways in which virtual care programs may increase the overall “return on health” by generating positive impact for patients, clinicians, payers and society going forward.

Statements of Jessica Farb, Director, Health Care and Carolyn L. Yocom, Director, Health Care were incorporated in the Testimony Before the Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to discuss flexibilities related to Medicare and Medicaid that were made available during the current public health emergency. Testimony highlights the various flexibilities and waivers implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic and provided preliminary information on how these flexibilities have likely benefited providers and beneficiaries.

General Resources

SPECIAL REPORT from the New Mexico Telehealth Alliance and Anchorum St. Vincent, a community health impact organization. The report resulting from a needs assessment in early 2021. Audience: Executive leadership, facility directors, and providers.