Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring: No Limit to Where 'Doctor Will See You Now'

No longer reserved for rural populations, telehealth is proving a game-changer across the care continuum, as telepsychiatry, tele-ERs, tele-ICUs and even telepharmacies proliferate. Telehealth adoption rose from 63 percent in 2015 to 74 percent in 2018, according to the latest Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring Survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

A new infographic by the Healthcare Intelligence Network examines clinical telehealth uses, telehealth-EHR integration and the use of free and/or discounted healthcare wearables.

Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring: No Limit to Where 'Doctor Will See You Now'

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Maureen Ideker

How do you identify patients for telehealth services? In the case of Essentia Health, which conducts an average of 5,000 telehealth visits annually and whose largely rural footprint touches three states, the telehealth service may dictate selection.

In this HealthSounds episode, Maureen Ideker, RN, BSN, MBA, Essentia Health’s senior advisor for telehealth, defines a set of scenarios her organization uses to match patients to its half dozen tele-hospital based telehealth services and more than 20 tele-clinic programs.


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