Our Mission ...
... To improve the health of Kansans and advance the outreach and academic
missions of the University of Kansas Medical Center through the development
and evaluation of innovative healthcare and education services supported by
health information technologies.
About the Center
The University of Kansas Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth
at KU Medical Center is a world leader in telehealth services and research.
Beginning in 1991 with a single connection to a community in western
Kansas, the Kansas telehealth network now has accessed more than 100
sites throughout the state, has conducted many thousands of clinical
consultations for the people of Kansas and has hosted hundreds of educational
events for health professionals, teachers, students and the public. Today
KUCTT is one of the most active telemedicine programs in the world.
The purpose of the KU Center for Telemedicine
& Telehealth is to provide the citizens of Kansas the best available
healthcare while providing Kansas’ health professionals the best available
health education. With more than 20 years of experience in telemedicine
and telehealth, we will continue to meet these goals in the most professional,
timely and convenient manner possible.
Explore our site to learn more about this exciting technology,
especially our clinical endeavors.