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The Federally designated Telehealth Resource Centers (TRC) were designed to assist
healthcare organizations, healthcare networks, and healthcare providers in the implementation of cost-effective telehealth programs to serve rural and medically underserved areas and populations.

If you are needing technical health to get you started with your telehealth project, each Resource Center specializes in providing services to organizations within their primary service area, look for the center in your U.S. geographic area. It may also interest you to know that there  is one national TRC that addresses legal and regulatory barriers to the effective implementation of telehealth technologies.

The Telehealth Resource Centers are supported through the Telehealth Resource Center Grant Program, which is administered by the Office for the Advancement of Telehealth (OAT) in the Office of Health Information Technology, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). (These resource centers represent our tax dollars at work for us.)

To learn more about the TRCs, click on the individual contact information listed below.


California Telehealth Resource Center
(877) 590-8144

Center for Connected Health Policy (National  Policy TRC)
(877) 707-7172

Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center
(888) 239-7092

Heartland Telehealth Resource Center
(877) 643-4872

MidAtlantic Telehealth Resource Center

NorthEast Telehealth Resource Center

Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center
(509) 789-4976

Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center
(808) 692-1090

South Central Telehealth Resource Center
(855) 664-3450

Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center
(888) 738-7210

Southwest Telehealth Resource Center
(520) 626-4498

Telehealth Technology Assessment Center (National Technology TRC)
(907) 729-4703

TexLa Telehealth Resource Center
(877) 391-0487

Upper MidWest Telehealth Resource Center
(855) 283-3734

For more telehealth-related resources, see the upper right corner of this page for a tab called, “Resources.” Many different types of telemental health-related resources are made available as a community service by the TeleMental Health Institute. Your comments about your experience with these centers is invited below.


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