By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer I’m a big fan of telehealth, both personally and professionally. But I’m quick to agree that telehealth doesn’t work for everyone. We just don’t know who that is right now (see Telehealth—Not For Everyone). As the large-scale adoption of telehealth continues—along with the evaluation of telehealth’s performance—mixed opinions about “best use” are emerging. A new American Psychiatric Association research report questions telehealth’s efficacy for addiction treatment (see Addiction Treatment and Telehealth: Review of Efficacy and Provider Insights During the COVID-19 Pandemic). First there are the positives. Research conducted by Partners Health Plan (PHP) and StationMD on 12-month pilot program found…
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