CTN is committed to making quality care available to all patients, regardless of their location. CTN lets you offer patients high quality and affordable healthcare with services and technologies that can change lives. You help your local community by increasing access to quality healthcare through CTN’s network of services and applications.
Our participating sites include hospitals, rural clinics, tribal clinics, FQHC’s, school-based clinics and more.
Cyber security and intrusion alert services are available to all CTN clinics and hospitals as part of their standard CTN participation agreements. To date, CTN has detected and diverted an average of 12 million cyber-attack attempts on their participating sites each year.
CTN offers a clearing house of broadband services and providers to meet the needs of any healthcare provider – individual, non-profit or for-profit.
Let CTN perform an assessment of the best broadband solution to meet your needs. CTN can also complete the administrative filings on your behalf to obtain subsidies and grants to reduce your broadband costs.
CTN member sites enjoy secure connectivity with every academic medical center in California through the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC), which include the California K-12 system, all 112 campuses of California’s Community Colleges, all 23 campuses of the California State University, all 10 campuses of the University of California, and prestigious private universities including Caltech, USC, Stanford, and others.
Through CENIC, CTN member sites also receive secure connectivity to national medical and educational research platforms such as Internet2.
Through the California Telehealth Resource Center (CTRC), CTN’s partner association and one of the country’s leading resources for telehealth education, expertise, and program implementation guidance, your organization can obtain education, program support, and training, including certification for your Clinical Presenters and Clinic Coordinators.
Members also receive assistance with telemedicine program design, implementation and sustainability.
The California Telehealth Resource Center (CTRC) can also assist your organization in finding the right providers and patient sites to meet your needs by providing you with a list of available providers.