Making Telehealth the First Choice at Cherokee Nation

From The TribalHub Podcast


There is an emerging growth of telehealth services within tribal nations right now that has been spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic.  It is changing the way patients look at healthcare.  It is changing the way providers give that care.  In this episode, TribalHub talks with Dr. James Stallcup, Chief Medical Officer, and Toni Potts, Director of Health Applications, both with Cherokee Nation Health about their success in making telehealth a priority.  From putting technology first and using workflows to manage change to encouraging video visits by engaging with mobile apps and changing chat platforms with healthcare workers, this is a discussion you do not want to miss.

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