Government Relations

Know where to turn for developing telehealth standards and best practices.

Moving forward

We help move telehealth policy forward through governmental relations, consortium building and association management.

Governmental Relations 

State level:  CTeL Innovations works closely with state medical boards, legislators’ offices, state agencies, attorneys general and more.

Federal level:  Members of Congress interested in telehealth issues regularly seek our expertise. We interact with a wide range of federal agencies including the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

International level:  CTeL Innovations coordinates and consults with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations, and embassies and governments around the world.

Consortium Building & Organization Management

CTeL Innovations works with many different types of companies to address issues that impact entire industries (e.g., pharmaceutical, oil & gas, insurance) and define common ground for pursuing telehealth policy. 

The goal of these consortiums is to have recognized leaders within these respective industries work together to form policy guidelines accepted by all. The ultimate goal is to establish viable, appropriate and effective policies in the interests of the public and the industry.