Resources

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DHB Resources

In addition to the resources below, more detailed telehealth strategies, policies and procedures can be found HERE.


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The best way for us to keep people informed about telehealth in New Zealand is for them to sign up to our email newsletter. Please use the following banners and panels to encourage relevant people to subscribe. Please link these images to www.telehealth.org.nz/newsletter.

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'In-person' Graphic

We are encouraging the use of the tern 'in-person' to describe a meeting or consultation where the two people are in the same physical space. We suggest not using the term 'face-to-face' as it can be interpreted in many different ways.

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procare logoProcare

Procare has a range of resources for health providers. While they focus on Procare's deployment of Doxy.me through a number of different systems, some of the generic information may be useful for reference.

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waitemata dhbWaitemata DHB

Waitemata DHB has a number of telehealth initiatives, and have completed one detailed evaluation on their use of Zoom for outpatient appointments (full story here).

Available for reference.


health care home logoHealth Care Home

The Health Care Home Collaborative has created some telehealth resources. including a Video & Telephone Consultation Tool Kit.

Available for reference.


AUSTRALIAN LOGOSResources from Australia

The Australasian Telehealth Society (ATHS) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) have released two guides to getting started with telehealth to help manage the COIVD-19 outbreak. ATHS suggests starting small and keeping it simple.

Available for reference (please note some resources may be restricted access).


nsw logoNew South Wales Information

New South Wales Health produced a comprehensive three-stage approach to implementing telehealth (full story here). As part of their implementation, they created a comprehensive guide to Telehealth.

Available for reference.