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Telehealth & Covid-19

  • Maximizing the ROI of Telehealth

Maximizing the ROI of Telehealth

By |March 16th, 2021|

As healthcare organizations are realizing that telehealth is here to stay, the attention quickly turns to three important questions: what should our telehealth services roadmap look like, what is the right technology we should [...]

Thoughts on Foley & Lardner’s
Top 5 Telehealth Law Predictions for 2021

By |January 26th, 2021|

In December I surmised that, indeed, telehealth reimbursement is here to stay - simply because it was already pretty good before the Covid-19 health crisis emergency regulations. Granted, the biggest hurdle that was removed — allowing Medicare patients to [...]

3 Characteristics & 3 Root Causes of Mediocre Telehealth

By |January 19th, 2021|

The Covid-19 health crisis quickly turned everyone’s attention to telehealth as a means to keep providers and staff safe and patients both safe and healthy. Most organizations very quickly stood up telemedicine without the knowledge on how to properly [...]

Is Audio-Only Telehealth Good Medicine?

By |January 12th, 2021|

Last week a telehealth workgroup comprising insurers, providers, and policy makers from the state of Vermont submitted a recommendation to their state, arguing for keeping the reimbursement for audio-only (telephonic) telehealth. But is audio-only telehealth good medicine? Should there [...]

Our most Popular Telehealth Guidance from 2020

By |December 29th, 2020|

Over the past year, we’ve published 51 articles covering a broad range of topics about all things telehealth. Of course the Covid-19 health crisis accelerated the adoption of telehealth and we’ve enjoyed sharing our insights with hundreds of subscribers. [...]

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