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Morning Consult: On-Demand Telehealth Is Booming Even as a Fierce Competitor Remains: the Doctor’s Office

Morning Consult: On-Demand Telehealth Is Booming Even as a Fierce Competitor Remains: the Doctor’s Office A new Morning Consult polling indicates that for now, most adults who use telehealth are sticking with virtual care from their doctors over on-demand services. “People are using their own doctors, and there aren’t these fly-by-night operations setting up to [...]

2021-11-09T16:13:45-04:00November 9th, 2021|

Protecting Patients and Telehealth Access: More Than 230 National Organizations Urge Governors Across the Country to Maintain and Expand Licensure Flexibilities Throughout Federal Public Health Emergency

Letter to Governors Stresses Urgency of Expiring Licensure Waivers and its Impact on Patient Access to Care Washington, DC – November 1, 2021 – Today, more than 230 organizations sent a letter to all 50 state governors urging them to maintain and expand licensure flexibilities enacted at the start of the pandemic for the duration [...]

2021-11-10T10:52:20-04:00November 1st, 2021|

The Impact of the Covid-19-Related Transition to Telehealth on Visit Adherence in Mental Health Care: An Interrupted Time Series Study

Springer Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research: The Impact of the Covid-19-Related Transition to Telehealth on Visit Adherence in Mental Health Care: An Interrupted Time Series Study This study examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic flexibilities on visit adherence for mental health services in an integrated behavioral health department [...]

2021-11-02T11:37:08-04:00October 30th, 2021|

Initiating Opioid Use Disorder Medication via Telemedicine During COVID-19: Implications for Proposed Reforms to the Ryan Haight Act

NIH National Library of Medicine: Initiating Opioid Use Disorder Medication via Telemedicine During COVID-19: Implications for Proposed Reforms to the Ryan Haight Act The Ryan Haight Act generally requires a clinician to conduct an in-person visit before prescribing an opioid use disorder (OUD) medication. During the COVID-19 pandemic, beginning March 16, 2020, the requirement was [...]

2021-11-02T11:39:01-04:00October 28th, 2021|

Telemedicine and visit completion among people with HIV during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to pre-pandemic

NIH National Library of Medicine: Telemedicine and visit completion among people with HIV during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to pre-pandemic Telemedicine significantly improved HIV visit completion among groups with low pre-pandemic engagement, including for patients age 20-39, women, and Black patients.

2021-11-02T12:20:07-04:00October 27th, 2021|

Telemedicine Catches On: Changes in the Utilization of Telemedicine Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic

American Journal of Managed Care: Telemedicine Catches On: Changes in the Utilization of Telemedicine Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic A retrospective study of health insurance claims for telemedicine visits pre-pandemic to post-pandemic determined telemedicine increased rapidly, and a greater proportion of telemedicine users were older, had Medicare Advantage insurance plans, had existing chronic conditions, or [...]

2021-11-02T11:57:44-04:00October 27th, 2021|
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