The National School of Applied TeleHealth (NSAT) provides healthcare information and education for providers and consumers through the development of a virtual School for Applied Telehealth. The National School of Applied Telehealth certification courses will teach the essentials of TeleHealth and prepare individuals to become valuable members of a telemedicine team. The online certifications available below are being offered to you on the internet any time, through HomeTown Health, LLC, IACET Authorized Provider.
Star Telehealth Members are required to apply for certifications on http://www.
(CLICK LINK BELOW to read full description, enroll or resume certification) These courses are designed for introductory level training of telehealth/telemedicine professionals.
CTCP: Telemedicine Clinical Presenter Certificate
CTC: Telehealth Coordinator Certificate
CTL: Telehealth Liaison Certificate
Telemedicine Clinical Presenter Certificate with Telestroke Specialty
Telehealth and HIPAA
Additional Telehealth & Telemedine Training
FOR ADDITIONAL TELEHEALTH & TELEMEDINE TRAINING TOPICS, PLEASE VISIT THE HTHU SCHOOL OF HIT & TRANSFORMATION'S TELEHEALTH TRANSFORMATION COURSE LISTINGS.
HomeTown Health has been approved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 8405 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800, McLean, VA 22102. IACET Authorized Providers are organizations that meet IACET’s internationally recognized continuing education and training standard. Only Authorized Providers may award IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
NATIONAL WEBINAR SERIES
The TRC Webinar Series provides timely information and demonstrations to support and guide the development of your telehealth program by experienced telehealth professionals from the HRSA-designated Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs).
These webinars are FREE to the public on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
Click Here to View Past Webinars
“The CTCP course was very comprehensive, set up great and very user friendly. I took this course to become a better clinical presenter and to be able to teach nurses/clinical staff on the patient presentation site and am looking forward to completing the additional NSAT courses!”
Amelia E. de los Reyes, RN, BSN, MSN
Telemedicine project Coordinator
The University of Alabama
College of Community Health Sciences
School of Medicine, Tuscaloosa Campus
850 5th Avenue East, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
“We are just beginning our Telemed program and this was the first step of education/certification for me. The CTCP course was very helpful, especially the videos. I can’t wait to complete the remaining courses!”
Clerical Assistant II
Family Health Center
Big Bear Lake, California
“I was interested in the overall broad spectrum of telemedicine. When I was hired, I had a minimum amount of knowledge and wanted to learn more about telemedicine. The CTCP exceeded my expectations! I am very interested in any further education I can receive in all areas of telemedicine through NSAT.”
K'ima:w Medical Center
Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, California