Telehealth Patient Satisfaction Survey Shows Acceptance of Virtual Care

American Well

One of the questions many health systems ask when considering telehealth is whether the patient will use the service. To help health systems answer that question, American Well conducted a nationally projectable survey in 2017 —a telehealth patient satisfaction survey—to measure patient perception and experience with telehealth. For a more in-depth look, read the full eBook. Patients want telehealth for a range of ailments. Bottom line: Patients want telehealth.

Telehealth Patient Satisfaction Survey Shows Acceptance of Virtual Care

American Well

One of the questions many health systems ask when considering telehealth is whether the patient will use the service. To help health systems answer that question, American Well conducted a nationally projectable survey in 2017 —a telehealth patient satisfaction survey—to measure patient perception and experience with telehealth. For a more in-depth look, read the full eBook. Patients want telehealth for a range of ailments. Bottom line: Patients want telehealth.

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50M Americans would switch their PCP to a doctor who offers telehealth

American Well

American Well has published a new eBook – the latest in our Telehealth Index Series. The survey, which surveyed over 4,000 individuals, took a close look at consumers’ outlook on telehealth and how they want to use telehealth to access healthcare. To read the eBook in its entirety, click here. Consumers see many applications for telehealth. Our survey found that consumers want to use telehealth in a multitude of ways.

50M Americans would switch their PCP to a doctor who offers telehealth

American Well

American Well has published a new eBook – the latest in our Telehealth Index Series. The survey, which surveyed over 4,000 individuals, took a close look at consumers’ outlook on telehealth and how they want to use telehealth to access healthcare. To read the eBook in its entirety, click here. Consumers see many applications for telehealth. Our survey found that consumers want to use telehealth in a multitude of ways.

Introducing American Well’s Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey

American Well

American Well has published a new eBook – the first in our Telehealth Index series. We ran a nationally projectable survey with Harris Poll in December 2014 to answer some questions about telehealth, including: Are consumers ready get healthcare through video visits with physicians? How does telehealth stack up to traditional urgent care options? The post Introducing American Well’s Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey appeared first on American Well.

Introducing Amwell’s Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey

American Well

Amwell has published a new eBook – the first in our Telehealth Index series. We ran a nationally projectable survey with Harris Poll in December 2014 to answer some questions about telehealth, including: Are consumers ready get healthcare through video visits with physicians? How does telehealth stack up to traditional urgent care options? The post Introducing Amwell’s Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey appeared first on Amwell.

Three Ways Telehealth Drives Revenue for ACOs

American Well

Interest in telehealth continues to rise in U.S. telehealth market , and it’s predicted that in 2014 alone there will be 75 million e-visits in the U.S. Healthcare systems know that clinical interactions don’t always need to be done in the same room and they are increasingly incorporating telehealth into their every day practices. Telehealth is a powerful tool to increase catchment area, acquire new patients, and provide more touch points to address gaps in care.

Three Ways Telehealth Drives Revenue for ACOs

American Well

Interest in telehealth continues to rise in U.S. telehealth market , and it’s predicted that in 2014 alone there will be 75 million e-visits in the U.S. Healthcare systems know that clinical interactions don’t always need to be done in the same room and they are increasingly incorporating telehealth into their every day practices. Telehealth is a powerful tool to increase catchment area, acquire new patients, and provide more touch points to address gaps in care.

Telehealth Tops CIO’s IT Imperatives, According to Advisory Board

American Well

It’s not surprising that telehealth and telemedicine top health system CIO’s IT priorities. So what do CIOs and their colleagues need to know about telehealth and telemedicine? So, if you take the time and effort to build a telehealth offering, what will the uptake be by patients? We’re still in the relatively early days of adoption, but consumer demand for telehealth is surging , with nearly two-thirds of all Americans wanting access to the service.

Telehealth Tops CIO’s IT Imperatives, According to Advisory Board

American Well

It’s not surprising that telehealth and telemedicine top health system CIO’s IT priorities. So what do CIOs and their colleagues need to know about telehealth and telemedicine? So, if you take the time and effort to build a telehealth offering, what will the uptake be by patients? We’re still in the relatively early days of adoption, but consumer demand for telehealth is surging , with nearly two-thirds of all Americans wanting access to the service.

Health providers rediscover the hidden asset of telemedicine for care management

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

According to the recently published HIMSS e-Health Trendbarometer: Telehealth Adoption in Europe , before the COVID-19 outbreak, seven out of ten health providers targeted chronic patients when implementing telehealth services or solutions.

Infographic – Telehealth Index: 2015 Physician Survey

American Well

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Infographic – Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey

American Well

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Infographic – Telehealth Index: 2015 Physician Survey

American Well

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Infographic – Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey

American Well

Click here to download our eBook “American Well’s Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey.” ” The post Infographic – Telehealth Index: 2015 Consumer Survey appeared first on American Well. Want to know more?

New Survey Confirms Employers Want Telemedicine

American Well

Towers Watson predicts that by 2018, 80% of employers will offer a telehealth benefit to their employees. This projection is in stark contrast to 2014, when just 22% of employers had adopted telehealth, and the close of 2015, which marked a further rise to a third of employers offering the benefit. Despite telehealth being a relatively new benefit for most employers, adoption is on the rise. Why are employers embracing telehealth?

Online GPs could save employers £1.5 billion in lost working time, according to report

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Furthermore, the state of telehealth in Europe before COVID-19 was analysed by HIMSS, parent company of Healthcare IT News, and the findings were presented in an eBook. Employee travel to GP appointments cost UK businesses an estimated £1.5

The rise of virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Given the unprecedented severity of the COVID-19 global pandemic since the Spanish Flu in 1918, it is imperative healthcare providers work together not just with governments and health ministries in coordinated efforts to contain the virus – they must also work closely with various technology providers to leverage the power of data and telehealth. Hospital telehealth solutions for the ICU and telehealth solutions to connect caregivers and patients at home.

GlobalMed and Answers Media Network Host Webinar on Urgent Need for Telemedicine

GlobalMed

Industry thought leaders discuss telehealth adoption and legislation. How Medicare telehealth policies, the 21st Century Cures Act, CHRONIC Care Act, and Mental Health Telemedicine Expansion Act are changing healthcare. Best practices for telehealth adoption and stakeholder buy-in. The webinar is partially based on GlobalMed’s new eBook titled, Why Telemedicine, Why Now? Go here to download a copy of the new GlobalMed eBook, Why Telemedicine, Why Now? ###.

New Survey Confirms Employers Want Telemedicine

American Well

Towers Watson predicts that by 2018, 80% of employers will offer a telehealth benefit to their employees. This projection is in stark contrast to 2014, when just 22% of employers had adopted telehealth, and the close of 2015, which marked a further rise to a third of employers offering the benefit. Despite telehealth being a relatively new benefit for most employers, adoption is on the rise. Why are employers embracing telehealth?

Why Telemedicine, Why Now?

GlobalMed

That’s why we wrote our new ebook: “Why Telemedicine, Why Now ?” to explain why so many patients and providers are turning to telehealth for relief from an overstressed, under-delivering system. It also traces the clinical evolution of the telehealth industry and demonstrates telemedicine’s advantages such as: Bringing medical expertise to underserved communities. For a deeper look into telemedicine, download our free ebook, "Why Telemedicine, Why Now ?".

How To Become a Telemedicine Provider

GlobalMed

Before leaping into a third-party Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) app or buying a telehealth solution, get clear about your goals. From simple DTC apps to all-in-one platforms, there are many telehealth options on the market – and not all of them will meet your program requirements. Telehealth devices and software continue to advance; clinicians are always finding new ways to apply virtual care. Read our eBook Why Telemedicine, Why Now? DOWNLOAD EBOOK.

The Virtual Doctor Is In

American Well

American Well recently released our Telehealth Index: 2015 Physician Survey eBook , which shares insight into the key factors about telehealth identified by the survey as impor. In conjunction with the release of our eBook, we held a webinar that included a Q&A session with Dr. Lauralee Yalden, an Online Care Group (OCG) doctor. Online Care Group is the national telehealth network of. Did you know 57% of physicians are willing to see patients online?

The Virtual Doctor Is In

American Well

American Well recently released our Telehealth Index: 2015 Physician Survey eBook , which shares insight into the key factors about telehealth identified by the survey as impor. In conjunction with the release of our eBook, we held a webinar that included a Q&A session with Dr. Lauralee Yalden, an Online Care Group (OCG) doctor. Online Care Group is the national telehealth network of. Did you know 57% of physicians are willing to see patients online?

Telemedicine Reimbursement

American Well

In a national study of over 2,000 consumers , 64% said they would be willing to have a telehealth visit with their doctor via video. The Alliance for Connected Care concludes that a telehealth visit for acute care represents $126 in savings over an in-person visit. The Alliance states that patient issues are resolved 83% of time during an initial telehealth visit. Commercial payers—that is, private insurers—have been most aggressive in reimbursing for telehealth visits.

Telemedicine in Native American Tribes

GlobalMed

Currently IHS and tribal clinics use telehealth for a range of disciplines: behavioral health , dermatology, cardiology, maternal health, nephrology, rheumatology, endocrinology, infectious diseases and more. For a deeper look into telemedicine, download our free ebook, "Why Telemedicine, Why Now ?". We talk a lot about telemedicine bringing care to rural areas.

Telemedicine Reimbursement

American Well

In a national study of over 2,000 consumers , 64% said they would be willing to have a telehealth visit with their doctor via video. The Alliance for Connected Care concludes that a telehealth visit for acute care represents $126 in savings over an in-person visit. The Alliance states that patient issues are resolved 83% of time during an initial telehealth visit. Commercial payers—that is, private insurers—have been most aggressive in reimbursing for telehealth visits.