Documents produced by ATHS including:
A directions paper based on the outcomes of a workshop at GT2012, informing development of a national telehealth strategy for Australia.
A policy statement issued by ATHS in September 2011.
A submission to the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) on a National Digital Health Strategy (January 2017).
A submission to the Australian House of Representatives Infrastructure and Communications Committee Inquiry into the role and potential benefits of the National Broadband Network, published in February 2011.
Online resources for clinicians
Other resources for Australian practitioners include those produced by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). ACRRM has produced a number of resources including provider and technology directories. A password is required to access most of these resources.
MBSonline features several documents relating to the Australian MBS Telehealth items, including guidelines and statistics.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has produced a number of guidelines, including guidelines and fact sheets.
The American Telemedicine Association has an online Learning Centre.
Visit this page for links to guidelines for implementing telehealth services.
If you know of any guidelines which should be brought to the attention of our members, let us know via the ATHS contact form.
Telehealth Publications from Australia and New Zealand
Visit these pages for links to publications on telehealth:
- Australian Telehealth publications
- Australian Telehealth publications by State
- New Zealand Telehealth publications
Publications which reference local telehealth initiatives or issues and are accessible online have been selected. If you know of any other publications which should be brought to the attention of our members, let us know via the ATHS contact form.
External web sites
Visit this page for links to numerous resources, including News, Journals, Research Groups, miscellaneous reports and more.
If you know of any resources which should be brought to the attention of our members, let us know via the ATHS contact form.