Education & Resources
Why choose a course from the American Board of Telehealth (ABT)?
We promote a gold standard for professionals and paraprofessionals to learn best practices for implementing and using telemedicine across the care continuum. Our goal is to weave telehealth into the fabric of health care delivery across the country as a vital tool in promoting access to quality care no matter where you are.
- Utilize governance, faculty, and planning committees that represent telehealth experts from across the care continuum.
- Provide high-quality, evidence-based education while addressing common misconceptions about telehealth.
- Promote virtual advancement through researching evidence based best practice and developing standards of care.
- Support the integration of telehealth clinical practices across the continuum of care.
Obtain certification through our CORE Concepts Telehealth Certificate Program
The American Board of Telehealth’s CORE - Clinical, Operational, Regulatory and Ethics - Concepts in Telehealth Certificate Program provides a comprehensive curriculum enabling the learner to develop knowledge of telehealth concepts for successful implementation and delivery across a broad spectrum of service areas. CORE Concepts Telehealth Certificate Program is now available. Learn more
"The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) is proud to endorse the American Board of Telehealth’s Telehealth Certificate Program. ABT’s Certificate Program is the gold standard for telehealth education, leveraging the Delphi methodology validated by Harvard’s Medical Physician Faculty Group."
Ann Mond Johnson, CEO, the ATA
"ABT’s Telehealth Certificate Program provides highly-credible, relevant, and meaningful education providers urgently need to equip them with real-world telehealth knowledge and expertise. It will also provide patients with confidence and peace-of-mind to know that their healthcare provider is delivering high-quality, convenient and secure care, keeping them engaged in their health and connected to their provider."
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, President, the ATA; Professor, Harvard Medical School; Senior Advisor, Virtual Care, Mass General Brigham; and Editor-in-Chief, npj Digital Medicine.