Telehealth services have been expanding access to care for years — reaching new heights during the COVID-19 pandemic — and are now seen as the future of health care. While there are still improvements to be made, it’s clear that telehealth and virtual care models are here to stay. Private equity firms are projected to invest an estimated $15 billion to $25 billion* in telehealth development this year, while the 2023 Consolidated Appropriations Act extended important flexibilities for telehealth provisions.** Plus, 94% of patients who have had a telehealth encounter want to continue to have access to telehealth in the future. ***
Regis College’s online Certificate in Telehealth was created for health care professionals interested in developing expertise in telehealth models of care, whether offering these services today or looking to expand their offerings in the future.
Telehealth Certificate Curriculum
3 Courses | 9 Credit Hours | 5 months to complete
The telehealth certificate is offered through the School of Nursing in partnership with the School of Health Sciences at Regis College. Coursework for this certificate has been designed to develop health care professionals into expert clinicians and leaders in telehealth care delivery. Upon completion, students will be prepared to fill a significant need as telehealth professionals delivering culturally competent patient-centric care, and technology enhanced health.
Telehealth Certificate Admissions Requirements
Bachelor’s degree from a nationally accredited institution
- Official academic transcripts
Regis College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education
Founded in 1927 by the Congregation of
Sisters of St. Joseph Boston
Among The Princeton Review’s
“Best Regional Colleges”
Ranked among the Top 25 Fastest-Growing Colleges by The Business Journals