By Monica E. Oss Next year could be a watershed year for telehealth. Currently, use of telehealth in the U.S. health and human service delivery system could be described as "sporadic" and "uneven." Earlier this year, we looked at the adoption rates and they are very low – The Telehealth Numbers Are In - And They Aren't Too Impressive. These data are reflected in the SERMO survey that found that only 15% of U.S. physicians thought their state was doing a good job with telehealth, and 44% called telehealth implementation outright poor (see U.S. lags on adoption of telehealth, according to over 3000 international…
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