Telehealth Requires Efforts to Improve Access to Reach Full Potential

New research found that telehealth expansion lacks benefits when efforts to improve access are not present, which may often lead to health disparities.

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November 29, 2022

Can virtual nursing help ease clinician burnout?

The turnover rate for nurses stands at 27%. Can telemedicine save the day?

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November 14, 2022

Patients prefer telehealth for common illnesses, study shows

But more than half are concerned about the quality of care they're receiving, according to the Software Advice survey. One of the firm's analysts dives into the results.

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November 23, 2022

New Coding Modifier Offers Opportunity To Investigate Audio-Only Telehealth

Prior to the pandemic, Medicaid program coverage of audio-only telehealth services was limited. During the early stages of the pandemic, Medicaid beneficiaries were significantly less likely to complete telehealth visits compared to commercially insured patients. This was likely due to a series of obstacles, including: lack of access to high-quality broadband, a device with video capability, requisite digital skills, and private space to conduct the visit.

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November 18, 2022

Suicide Prevention and Stigma Reduction with Dr. Alison Arnold

Danielle speaks with Dr. Alison Arnold, the Director Interdisciplinary Center for Community Health & Wellness at Central Michigan University (CMU).

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November 18, 2022

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