Parent to Parent USA is proud to support AMCHP’s ongoing telehealth work by providing technical assistance to maternal and child health programs.
Through a series of roundtables, AMCHP and its partners have highlighted how telehealth can improve health equity and access to care. In particular, for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) and their families, telehealth can improve access to safe, timely care and care coordination.
If you missed the roundtables or want to share some highlights with your team, check out the recordings below.
Working with Families Virtually
Hear from Marsha Quinn, Co-Executive Director of Parent to Parent USA, on how telehealth has changed parent support and leadership.
Candace Lindow-Davies, Director of Outreach for Hands & Voices, shares how the organization is engaging families nationwide with virtual programming and what Hands & Voices has learned about supporting families virtually during the pandemic and beyond.
Evaluating Telehealth with an Equity Lens
Hear from AMCHP’s Equity, Epidemiology, and Evaluation team on the role telehealth played in addressing equity and access to care during the pandemic, and how to use an equity lens in evaluating telehealth practices moving forward.
AMCHP’s Equity, Epidemiology, and Evaluation team presents on the Equitable Evaluation Framework and how to apply equitable evaluation activities to telehealth work.
Taking EHDI Telehealth to the Next Level
Hear from Karl White, PhD, Director of the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM), and Jessica Messersmith, PhD, Professor of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at the University of South Dakota, on the latest in tele-audiology use and technology.
Hear from Stephanie Mcvicar (Utah Department of Health), Sarah Stone (MA Department of Public Health), Kiera Kirschner (Utah parent), Brandt Culpepper (Georgia Department of Public Health), and Jessica Messersmith (University of South Dakota) as they share EHDI telehealth activities and experiences from around the country.
National, State & Territorial Telehealth Policy & Infrastructure
Hear from Mei Wa Kwong, JD, Executive Director of the Center for Connected Health Policy on how telehealth policy has changed during the pandemic, and how these changes can impact maternal and child health.