COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition Surveys Physicians on Telehealth Impact During Pandemic

The COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition published the Telehealth Impact Physician Survey. More than 75% of respondents said telehealth enabled them to provide quality care for COVID-19-related care, acute care, chronic disease management, hospital/emergency department follow-up, care coordination, preventative care, and mental/behavioral health. This survey is part of the Telehealth Impact Study prepared by the coalition’s Telehealth Work Group, comprised of the ATA, American Medical Association, Change Healthcare, Digital Medicine Society, Massachusetts Health Quality Partners, MassChallenge HealthTech, Mayo Clinic, and MITRE. READ the full press release.

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