The COVID-19 pandemic emphasized telehealth’s various uses and effectiveness. The following research from the Brookings Institution highlights some major advantages in adopting telehealth, for both the patient and provider, as well as explores some of the regulatory barriers in place that are preventing widespread, accessible care. This infographic also explores what the future of care might look like for providers and summarizes state-to-state telehealth payment parity laws as of this year. Understanding both the triumphs and opportunities for change that come with adopting telehealth will help providers envision what telehealth workflows best suits their practice.

The Need for Telehealth + Exploring Barriers to Care

Learning about the benefits of telehealth can be persuasive, but even more so when clinicians see results. The following case studies showcase the drastic effect a telehealth program can have on a patient population, which is coupled with cost-effective outcomes. Then, check your state payment parity laws to see if telehealth could be advantageous to you.

The Need for Telehealth + Exploring Barriers to Care

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