September 21st 2023
This hybrid model successfully addresses the primary obstacles to high-quality care that rural patients and their doctors face.
September 12th 2023
Specialists followed a similar pattern of lower coding for telehealth visits
September 7th 2023
Doctors often don’t consider patients’ preference, study finds
August 31st 2023
August 28th 2023
Many also say technology makes them more likely to seek care
American Telemedicine Association advocates on behalf of remote mental health
ATA co-wrote a letter to the Biden administration to try to protect remote access for clinically appropriate care
Patient satisfaction with telemedicine about equal to in-person visits
Mayo Clinic survey examines patient experience during COVID-19 pandemic.
Six steps to ensure your future telehealth success
Your success or lack thereof will rest upon patient loyalty.
Telehealth follow-ups less effective than in-person for preventing return ED visits
Clinicians' reduced ability to examine patients may cause difference in outcomes
Telehealth in the Post-Pandemic World
The Future of Telehealth: Balancing Security and Ease of Use
Good news about telehealth: It works
Researchers say data debunk “myths” that hold back widespread electronic interaction between physicians, patients.
Despite interoperability challenges, technology can help advance hybrid care
Rise of telehealth in COVID-19 pandemic reveals flaws, but there’s potential to improve the patient experience.
Telemedicine still popular with patients, but there are concerns
Patients prefer virtual appointments for common ailments, but question the quality of care
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