In September of 2022, Telehealth Tuesday focused specifically on guidance for the leadership teams of health centers and health systems.

The first article made the case why accelerating telehealth adoption is highly beneficial to the overall performance and culture of an organization. The last two articles of the month focused on leveraging telehealth to address two pain points that keep CEOs awake at night: clinician burnout and the nursing shortage.

Rounding out the quartet was a reflection on the evolution of terminology when it comes to including patients in their care – and how telehealth can help with that.

Enjoy your readings!

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3 Reasons Why Your Clinic Should Accelerate Telehealth Adoption

If you are not “accelerating the adoption of digital health innovation”, then where will your patients get the best diagnosis, the best care, the best treatment? Here are 3 reasons why your clinic should accelerate telehealth adoption. 1. Improve health outcomes. 2. Stay competitive. 3. Practice digital health adoption.


The Evolution of Patient Participation

Over the past 20 years the language to describe patients’ involvement in their care has changed quite a bit: from Compliance and Adherence to Engagement and Activation. In this article, read about this evolution and what role telehealth can play.


Using Telehealth to Combat Clinician Burnout

Telehealth is a strategic tool for outpatient clinics to alleviate clinician burnout and create content, fulfilled clinicians. Here are 6 tactics on how to use telehealth to combat clinician burnout. 

Using Telehealth to Address the Nursing Shortage

Telehealth can provide numerous benefits to patient outcomes and can make numerous contributions to the financial bottom line. While telehealth may not be the silver bullet to all of healthcare’s problems, it can be wielded masterfully to alleviate some of its problems, such as the nursing shortage.