Telehealth and COVID-19: Provider Innovations and the Need to Think Sustainably
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way people live and work across the United States. The health care industry, in particular, has made a significant pivot to providing services using telecommunications technologies, referred to as telehealth or telemedicine. Adoption of telehealth allows providers to limit in-person interaction and residents to follow social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders, while still ensuring access to care.
Proposed citation: Desai, D., Hedges, A., Holloman, B., McLaren, S., Rencher, B., (2020). Telehealth and COVID-19: Provider innovations and the need to think sustainably. Georgia Health Policy Center. Retrieved from https://ghpc.gsu.edu/download/telehealth-and-covid-19-provider-innovations-and-the-need-to-think-sustainably/
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