The month of October brought Telehealth Tuesday’s 4th anniversary and we celebrated with two special articles on the most popular articles over the past 208 weeks and a presentation of articles in various collections.

The remaining three articles of this month with five Tuesdays covered telehealth from a different perspectives – an analysis of a vendor’s approach to telehealth, a response to a prompt posed by Dr. Joe Kvedar, and the first of two articles explaining why Telehealth is not Rocket Science and why it is.

Enjoy your readings!


P.S.: I’ve enjoyed reacting to people’s prompts. What perspective on Digital Health and Telehealth would you like to read about? Let me know!


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Happy 4th Birthday, Telehealth Tuesday!

This article celebrates the milestone of having published Telehealth Tuesday for over four years now. Celebrate with me as I review 18 of the most popular articles of years past.

Telehealth Tuesday Collections

Over the past four years Telehealth Tuesday published 200+ articles. To ease the overwhelm, this article describes 10 article collections ranging from taxonomy to strategy, from optimization to measuring success.

A Systems Approach to Superb Care Delivery

I’m always excited to see a new innovative business model that takes a systems approach that integrates virtual care. Patina Health has $50M of funding and some big name clients. Primary care seniors at home – have we come full circle?

A Telehealth Evangelist’s Roadmap – My Take

In a LinkedIn article Dr. Joe Kvedar listed his four steps toward optimally integrated telehealth and then invited readers to share what they thought is missing. Here’s my response to that prompt.

Is Telehealth Rocket Science?

Is Telehealth Rocket Science? No, Telehealth is not Rocket Science. But getting clinicians to use telehealth well, is. Luckily here is a formula for achieving telehealth adoption success.