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Course CatalogCatalog: Nurse Practitioner Technology Enhanced Community Health (NPTECH)

The NP-TECH curriculum is designed to teach healthcare practitioners to provide socio-culturally sensitive care for underserved populations using digital health technologies. The first two of six eLearning modules are currently available. Click the link above to enroll in these modules.
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Caring for the Rural Underserved: Challenges & Solutions

This eLearning module reviews the key health challenges facing rural underserved communities and evidence-based strategies to address them.
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Caring for Urban Underserved: Challenges & Solutions

This eLearning module reviews the key health challenges facing urban underserved communities and evidence-based strategies to address them.
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Engaging Underserved Populations with Connected Health Technologies

This eLearning module reviews connected health tools and strategies to support more frequent and continuous interactions between providers and patients, including patient portals, remote monitoring, wearables, mobile health apps, smart speakers with intelligent virtual assistants, the Internet of Medical Things and virtual reality.
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Policy and Regulatory Aspects of Telehealth Practice

This eLearning module reviews regulatory aspects of telehealth practice, including insurance reimbursement, cross state licensing, remote prescribing, medical malpractice and fraud and abuse. It also discusses quality and safety considerations as well as patient privacy, security and informed consent.
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Reaching Underserved Populations with Telehealth

This eLearning module reviews telehealth terminology and applications, how to conduct an effective telehealth visit, and how to integrate telehealth into clinical practice, with a focus on overcoming barriers to care for underserved populations.
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Reducing Disparities by Integrating Social Determinants of Health into Care for Underserved Populations

The places where people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship, and age affects the healthcare outcomes, and the structural, institutional and organizational factors that contribute to these disparities must be addressed. This eLearning module reviews the social determinants of health and how healthcare providers can help to level the playing field and advance our common goal of attaining the highest level of health for all people.
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