We started the new year of Telehealth Tuesdays with a variety of topics focused on helping healthcare leaders to get the upper hand on how to best lead their organization’s virtual care / telehealth efforts.

With the first article of the year, I wrapped up a 3-part series on the Ingenium Telehealth Program Maturity Model. You can find all three articles in a combined white paper below. Drop me a note if you’d like to discuss how to assess your organization’s telehealth maturity.

Next, I commented on the most-prominent telehealth modality in 2020, the telephone , followed by an article on the three most common characteristics of underperforming telehealth services.

Finishing out the month was my commentary on the top 5 telehealth law predictions, providing a glimpse into the positive view of what lays ahead.

Here’s to a great 2021!

P.S.: If there’s a telehealth topic you’d like me to cover in my weekly articles send me a quick email.

On Maturity Models

WhitePaper: Ingenium Telehealth Maturity Mode

As we move into 2021, many healthcare organizations are reflecting on where to take their virtual care services. This white paper combines three articles from December and January into a handy resource.

Is Audio-Only Telehealth Good Medicine?

Is Audio-Only Telehealth Good Medicine?

Much of the telehealth conducted in 2020 in response to the Covid-19 health crisis was telephonic. But is it actually good medicine? Should we dismiss video visits and rely solely on telephonic care? I wonder…

The Key Characteristics of Mediocre Telehealth

3 Characteristics & 3 Root Causes of Mediocre Telehealth

As the adage goes, though: you don’t know what you don’t know. But I get it. Over the past months, healthcare leaders have been extremely busy with managing one Covid-related crisis after another. For them, this article describes the three characteristics that most poorly performing telehealth services have in common and how to resolve them.

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

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

Periodically, the Telemedicine and Digital Health team at Foley and Lardner under the leadership of Nate Lacktman publishes insightful articles. Here, I offer my thoughts on their excellent predictions for 2021.

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