Dr. Alverson Elected to CTel Board of Directors

Dale C. Alverson, MD, Medical Director of the UNM Center for Telehealth was recently elected to the Center for Telehealth and E-Health Law (CTeL) Board of Directors, a national organization that works to overcome the barriers to the utilization of telehealth and related e-health services.  The election is for a two year term.

CTel fosters dialogue among diverse stakeholders with a commitment to enhancing access to healthcare services using advanced technologies.  It compiles, analyzes and disseminates complex legal, regulatory and public policy information associated with telehealth and its underlying issues.  Issues addressed in CTeL forums, conferences, workshops and publications include the statutory and regulatory impediments to the full utilization of telehealth services and support of emerging healthcare technologies

Dr. Alverson also serves as chair of the Four Corners Telehealth Consortium, chair of the New Mexico Telehealth Alliance, and he is an appointed member of the New Mexico Telehealth Commission.


Contact: Cindy Foster, 272-3322

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