Survey: Clinicians’ perceptions of telehealth vary based on specialty

A recent survey of clinicians revealed specialty-specific differences in telehealth perceptions, with mental health clinicians rating video-based care higher than those in primary and specialty care.Researchers also found an association between how physicians perceive telehealth and rates of utilization because those with higher rates of use reported more positive perceptions of the practice.Samantha Connolly, PhD, an assistant professor at Harvard and investigator for the United States Department of Veterans Affair’s Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation, and colleaguesRead More

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