Publications & Presentations
July 2021
Telehealth: Pandemic-driven growth may lead to permanent change
 
Co-Author, Compliance Today

The US medical community has witnessed increased demand for telehealth services both in rural and urban settings alike. Telehealth, as described by the New England Journal of Medicine, is often used as a blanket term that covers all components and activities within the healthcare system that are conducted through telecommunications technology, which includes telemedicine and other technologies like wearable devices and services like remote patient monitoring and virtual healthcare education, while telemedicine is often considered to be the use of technologies and telecommunication systems to administer healthcare to patients who are geographically separated from providers.[1]