The Facts About Telehealth
The coronavirus pandemic took the need for telehealth from a "luxury" to a necessity. But, for many, there are challenges and untapped opportunities for accessing this important technology.
A comprehensive study (linked here) released through Connected Nation's statewide program, Connected Nation Michigan, identified key concerns patients had about navigating telehealth. This page seeks to answer those questions and dispel concerns about using telemedicine. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if the below does not provide the information you need.
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New insight about state telehealth laws provides a clear path to further expansion—and better coverage for patientsBlog, News Bits, Telehealth, Medicaid, telehealth, telehealth research, telemedicine
By David Nunnally, Research Assistant Connected Nation Bowling Green, Ky. (June 14, 2022) – The Center for Connected Health Policy released its spring 2022 report in May on state telehealth laws and Medicaid program policies. Among ot...
Nashville, Tennessee (April 12, 2022) – Over the past two years, telehealth has grown to become a common type of outpatient care. This online approach to medical treatment is not only helping people who have physical illnesses, but those...
Bowling Green, Kentucky (January 18, 2022) – Since we opened our doors more than 20 years ago, Connected Nation (CN) has focused both nationally and locally on the impact that broadband can have on peoples’ lives. It is not enough to w...
Comparing 2019 to 2021 data provides new insights into patient perceptions and use of telemedicine Lansing, Michigan (December 16, 2021) – Connected Nation (CN), through the work of its state program, Connected Nation Michigan (CN Mich...