This article was published on May 9, 2018 on Healthcare IT News, written by Jeff Lagasse. Photo Credit Teladoc
The lack of telemedicine’s accessibility can negatively affect patient engagement and follow-through in care, according to new research.
Telemedicine technology has been improving steadily over the past several years, and as the tech gets better, so does its reputation.
Much of telemedicine’s appeal lies in accessibility. The lack of access to care through telemedicine negatively affects patient engagement and follow-through, according to new research from telehealth provider Teladoc. Treating mental health, in particular, becomes easier, less costly and less stigmatized when behavioral health treatment can take […]