Telehealth broadly refers to the use of technology by a provider to deliver healthcare to a patient remotely. This can involve multiple modalities, such as live video (2-way), store-and-forward, remote patient monitoring, and email/telephone.
This research brief summarizes findings on how states prepared for and responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Themes include regulatory flexibility, surge capacity for acute care services, and impacts on both ambulatory care services and the health professions educational pipeline.
This brief measures the extent to which social workers were able to transition to tele-behavioral health during COVID-19 and the barriers they experienced during this change in health service delivery.