ClearHealth Quality Institute to Roll Out new Telemedicine Accreditation Program at ATA’s Fall Forum

ClearHealth Quality InstituteTM (CHQI), an independent health care accrediting body that incorporates the next generation of quality and outcomes measures, will host a pre-conference workshop and serve as a featured exhibitor at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Fall Forum – Edge 2017.

According to a statement issued to the media, the conference will be held October 2-4, at the Marriott Wardman Park, located in Washington, D.C.

The annual forum will focus on three areas critical to the future of telemedicine: policy, strategy, and action.

At the Edge 2017 conference, CHQI will launch its Fall 2017 Educational Series, which will highlight the new accreditation programs it is developing, including telemedicine. “We are excited to offer the very first public preview of our Telemedicine Accreditation Program at one of the premier national events in the field,” says Doug Clarke, CHQI’s executive director, accreditation programs.

“Telemedicine is playing an important role in health care under the current medical model, and that role will increase as the model evolves and patients demand more from providers,” says Sabrina Smith, Dr.HA, ATA’s interim CEO. “As the range of modalities of telemedicine increases, we recognize the need to protect the integrity, quality, and security of patient/provider interactions, and look forward to continue working with CHQI on their new telemedicine accreditation program to be unveiled at ATA’s Edge 2017 conference.” In May, CHQI and the ATA announced a strategic partnership to develop the next generation of telemedicine performance and quality standards.

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