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

Disparities Common in Telehealth Use Among Pediatric CHIP Patients

mHealth Intelligence: Disparities Common in Telehealth Use Among Pediatric CHIP Patients

According to data from Alabama’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), ALL Kids, researchers found that telehealth use was less common among those living in rural areas and members of lower-income families. Researchers also noted that children living in large or small rural areas were […]

Majority of physicians say telehealth enables more comprehensive quality care

American Medical Association: Majority of physicians say telehealth enables more comprehensive quality care

survey conducted by the American Medical Association found that the vast majority of physician respondents say they’re currently using telehealth. The results suggest enduring interest in virtual care among physicians. Among physician respondents, 85 percent indicated they currently use telehealth, with […]

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Surveys

SmileDirectClub Survey Reveals Growing Popularity and Acceptance of Telehealth

Globe Newswire: SmileDirectClub Survey Reveals Growing Popularity and Acceptance of Telehealth

A recent survey by SmileDirectClub found that consumers want telehealth services to continue following the accelerated adoption of telehealth during the pandemic. Nearly eight in 10 people (77 percent) had a neutral to positive experience, and more than half of respondents (59 percent) agreed or strongly […]

AMA Survey Shows Widespread Enthusiasm For Telehealth

American Medical Association: AMA Survey Shows Widespread Enthusiasm For Telehealth

survey by the American Medical Association (AMA) found that 85 percent of physicians now use telehealth and 70 percent plan to continue using virtual services after the pandemic. However, only eight percent of physicians currently use remote patient monitoring. The survey also found that […]

Telemedicine-Supported Medication-Assisted Treatment Should Remain Available After Pandemic

HIT Consultant: Telemedicine-Supported Medication-Assisted Treatment Should Remain Available After Pandemic

According to a survey conducted by Bicycle Health, 100 percent of patients believe that telemedicine-supported Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) should remain available even after the pandemic comes to an end. Patients reported affordability as the biggest barrier to joining an opioid recovery program, as well as not finding […]

A window into how doctors are using telehealth—and where there’s room for improvement

A window into how doctors are using telehealth—and where there’s room for improvement

A recent survey by Optum found that the top-used health care services conducted via telehealth were primary care (54 percent), prescription refills (26 percent), and chronic care (16 percent). While telehealth enables providers and patients to have a direct line to each other, it can vary […]

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