JAMA: Attitudes and Perceptions of Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Clinicians Toward Telehealth and Secure Messages
A new study finds that the majority of cancer care clinicians were satisfied with telehealth and expressed intent to continue to use the care modality in the future. Just over 75 percent of respondents said they were somewhat or very satisfied with telehealth. Additionally, 84 percent of clinicians said that they thought their patients were somewhat or highly satisfied as well. Around three-fourths of the participants reported that they thought patient caregivers, colleagues, and non-clinician staff were satisfied with telehealth—76 percent, 81 percent, and 73 percent, respectively.