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Telehealth Alone Will Not Increase Health Care Access For The Underserved

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 51 66 3 | about 3 years ago

Health Policy Lab Following the ACA Drugs and Medical Innovation Innovations in Care Delivery Elsewhere@ Health Affairs GrantWatch Health Equity Costs and Spending Global Health Policy Health IT Health Professionals Hospitals Insurance and Coverage Long-term Services and Supports Medicaid and CHIP Medicare Narrative Matters Once in a Weil Organization and Delivery Payment Policy Population Health Public Health Quality Drugs and Medical Technology Lori Uscher-Pines and Ateev Mehrotra December 15, 2016 There is a great deal of enthusiasm about telehealth these days and, in truth, there is a lot to be excited about. Providing high-quality care requires access to ancillary diagnostic services and in-person follow-up. They offer telehealth capabilities to primary care providers who are frustrated that local specialists won’t take their patients or have long wait times.

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