Tag Archives: Telehealth

Trust My Doctor and Fear the Office: The Telehealth Opportunity in and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

Doctors maintain their top status as U.S. patients’ most-trusted source of coronavirus information. However, as patients continue to be concerned about exposure to COVID-19, 3 in 5 are concerned about being at-risk to the virus in their doctor’s office, according to research from the Alliance of Community Health Plans (ACHP) and AMCP, the Academy of… Read More »

Telehealth solves psychiatrist shortage for Impower, and much more

Back in 2012, Longwood, Florida-based Impower was a small behavioral health agency that focused on home- and school-based care for individuals in the child welfare system. THE PROBLEM The behavioral health provider organization’s services were limited, provider shortages were severe and wait times were over two months for new patients to receive initial treatment. President… Read More »