TNALT is developing Telehealth Centers across the country.  In light of the pandemic, and recent storms, this effort underscores the interdependence of operational sustainability, measurable hazard mitigation, and telehealth.
In the U.S., we spend $4 trillion per year on healthcare, over 85 percent of that is tied to patients with chronic diseases. To improve our healthcare system and reverse the trajectory of health spending, we must meet the needs of all patients. The towns we partner with will allow us to unleash the power of primary care doctors and pharmacists, enabling them to work in a coordinated way to enhance the patient experience. These outcomes are infinitely achievable.
We are looking at the Telehealth Center becoming a national precedent for analysis, and evolution of “Remote Health” products-services. This will include involvement of healthcare professionals, companies developing-marketing healthcare related hardware-software-telehealth platforms, and companies currently involved in national rollouts of respective retail store based health centers. The Telehealth Centers will be stood up through a private, public partnership with involvement of business, government, and academia. The provisioning of this community centric, reliable, accessible healthcare, is aligned with job creation, and product-research-development as a result of same.

The capacity to leverage aggregated purchasing power of the collective participants (e.g. billions of dollars) shines a very bright light on the work we are able to conduct.
TNALT continues to search/evaluate various interoperability solutions allowing for different information systems, devices, and applications (systems) to access, exchange, integrate and cooperatively use data in a coordinated manner, within and across organizational, regional, and national boundaries, to provide timely and seamless portability of information and optimize the health of individuals and populations globally. TNALT's goal of interoperability in healthcare is the access and sharing of data securely across the entire spectrum of care to improve patient outcomes and streamline care. There are estimates that interoperability can reduce healthcare costs by Tens of Billions of Dollars$$$, and provide capability for rapid deployment of a scalable healthcare workforce, to any community (including rural), at any time.