With so much communication crossing our screens these days it’s easy to miss a relevant article (or two).
Once a month I therefore share with you the posts of the past month.
In March 2023 (which was the third month of the third year of the third decade of the third millennium!), Telehealth Tuesday covered some basics (“What is Telehealth?”), applied some psychology (“Dunning Kruger”) and provided guidance for leaders (“Manage Telehealth Performance”)
We also introduced our 6-article guide to “Accelerating the Adoption of Digital Health Innovation”.
Enjoy your readings!
P.S.: What Telehealth question would you like me to ponder next? Send me a quick email to let me know.
It was time for a basic primer on the simplest of questions: What is Telehealth? In this article we cover the definition, its use as a clinical tool and its use as a strategic tool.
A Guide to Accelerating the Adoption of Digital Health Innovation
The problem in healthcare is not the lack of innovation, it is the slow pace of innovation adoption. This article introduces my guide for bold leaders on how to create a sustainable culture of rapid innovation adoption.
Is Dunning-Kruger limiting your Telehealth Success?
The Dunning-Kruger effect describes those who know just barely enough to be dangerous. When it comes to true telehealth expertise, post Covid many in healthcare succumbed to this effect. Here’s what aspects of telehealth they are not aware of.
6 Reasons to Manage Telehealth Performance
Peter Drucker said that you can’t manage what you don’t measure. But what aspects of your #telehealth services should you pay attention to? This article covers six domains of telehealth performance.