We're dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of the communities we serve. Leveraging our leadership in telehealth and using an integrated approach to education and research, our innovative program serves as a model for organizations worldwide.

What's New

Fall/Winter 2018

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Autism Tele-ECHO Program Launching in 2019 — The UC Davis MIND Institute is launching a telehealth education program aimed at helping community hospital clinicians care for children with autism. Physicians receive one-on-one telementoring with UC Davis specialists.

Human eyeball. Tele-Ophthalmology Launched at UC Davis Midtown ClinicA new tele-ophthalmology program in Sacramento aims to improve early screening for diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of vision loss among working-age adults. Faculty collaborator Glenn Yiu has partnered with the Primary Care Network to launch the innovative program.
California Health Care Foundation Logo Telehealth Director Accepted into Health Care Leadership Program Center for Health and Technology Director James Marcin, M.D., is one of 32 clinical leaders who have been accepted into the California Health Care Foundation's two-year Health Care Leadership Program.
Native American Indian dream catcher. Tele-Behavioral Health for American Indians Affected by Mental Illness (Tele-AIMI) GrantOur team has been awarded a three-year grant for a research study that will evaluate the impact of adult and pediatric tele-behavioral health consultations on patient-centered outcomes.

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See how we partner with other hospitals to provide telehealth education.


Learn about the pediatric telehealth program at UC Davis Children's Hospital.