Emergency Medicine Telehealth: What’s Possible and What’s Practical

During the pandemic, the role of telehealth technology has expanded greatly. According to Becker’s, about 80% of Americans believe that the quality of telehealth could match that of in-person consultations – up from 43% pre-pandemic. Now, emergency medicine could be the next frontier for telehealth to improve timely access to treatment and provide vital follow-up care.

Explore further possible uses for telehealth such as:
  • Field emergency responses connecting unskilled responders to medical help
  • Providing support to smaller hospitals in underserved communities
  • “Tele-triage” to help relieve ER overcrowding and screen patients awaiting treatment

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