C-Suite Cheat Sheet: Telehealth

Executive Summary

Telehealth refers to a group of telecommunication technologies and clinical services that facilitate the electronic exchange of medical information. Though reimbursement is inconsistent, telehealth programs are becoming popular as providers seek to conveniently expand access to care while reducing unnecessary utilization and costs. Some examples of telehealth technologies include mobile apps, remote patient monitoring technologies, and platforms that enable virtual visits.

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