Studies & Surveys2022-05-11T11:23:02-04:00

The Alliance for Connected Care has included below a list of telehealth research and reports on utilization/adoption, feasibility and cost-effectiveness, and impact on clinical outcomes.

In addition, in response to the developments during COVID-19, the Alliance has compiled COVID-19 research and reports as well as polls on patient and provider adoption, acceptance, and satisfaction with telehealth during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The Alliance will continue to update this page with telehealth polls and relevant research as they are published.

View our Telehealth Data Collection Page – which features data collected from organizations, health systems and provider organizations.

Studies

Telehealth Strategies for the Delivery of Maternal Health Care

Annals of Internal Medicine: Telehealth Strategies for the Delivery of Maternal Health Care

Telehealth strategies to supplement or replace in-person maternity care may affect maternal health outcomes. The purpose of this rapid review was to evaluate the effectiveness and harms of telehealth strategies for maternal health care given the recent expansion of telehealth during the pandemic, […]

Effect of a Comprehensive Telehealth Intervention vs Telemonitoring and Care Coordination in Patients with Persistently Poor Type 2 Diabetes Control

JAMA Internal Medicine: Effect of a Comprehensive Telehealth Intervention vs Telemonitoring and Care Coordination in Patients with Persistently Poor Type 2 Diabetes Control

According to this study, a comprehensive approach to telemonitoring type 2 diabetes bolstered glucose control in tough-to-manage patients. The study found that, compared with telemonitoring/care coordination, comprehensive telehealth improved multiple outcomes in […]

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Surveys

Half of Americans likely to use telehealth post-pandemic

mHealth Intelligence: Half of Americans likely to use telehealth post-pandemic

According to a survey conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and The SCAN Foundation, many Americans would like to have continued access to virtual options like telehealth post-pandemic. Nearly half of respondents (48 percent) said that telehealth should […]

Mental health, telehealth benefits are post-pandemic priorities

HR Dive: Mental health, telehealth benefits are post-pandemic priorities

An annual benefits survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found that mental health and telemedicine or telehealth services are among the most important benefits employers feel they can offer employees in 2022. Of the survey’s 3,129 responses, 93 percent of respondents said they offered telemedicine or telehealth, a […]

Interest in RPM, Personal Health Tech Adoption Lagging Among Clinicians

mHealth Intelligence: Interest in RPM, Personal Health Tech Adoption Lagging Among Clinicians

A report by Alliance board member Walmart, in collaboration with Medscape, found that though most rural and non-rural health care professionals believe remote patient monitoring (RPM) might benefit patients, only about half are interested in using it. Medscape surveyed 10,045 US health care professionals between […]

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