New Report on Telehealth Use

More than a year after many hospitals ended their COVID-19 shutdown of non-emergency care, the use of telehealth for patient visits is leveling off at 20% or less of all appointments, according to new research from the Center for Connected Medicine.

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Panel Discussion on Telehealth

Experts say patient-provider connection can be maintained, ‘web-side’ manner can be taught.

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What's Needed to Sustain Telehealth

Key takeaways from a virtual roundtable of telehealth executives discussing what’s ‘top of mind’ in virtual care for the year to come.

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