Telehealth has the potential to improve access to health care and patient outcomes for a wide range of populations. This session provided an overview of PCORI’s significant investment in telehealth and showcases two projects with positive findings. Through two different stakeholder perspectives, this session also examined the potential of each of the two studies to affect practice as well as what needs to be in place to speed adoption.

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Presenters:

April W. Armstrong, MD, MPH
Associate Dean of Clinical Research
University of Southern California
Presentation Slides | PCORI-funded Research Project

Dror Ben-Zeev, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
University of Washington, Seattle
Presentation Slides | PCORI-funded Research Project

Moderator:

Penny Mohr, MA
Senior Advisor, Emerging Technology and Delivery System Innovation Research Initiatives
Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research, PCORI​
Presentation Slides

Discussants:

Mark Ishaug, MA
Chief Executive Officer
Thresholds​​

Jennifer Reck, MA
Project Director
National Academy for State Health Policy
Presentation Slides

Sylvia J. Trujillo, MPP, JD
Senior Washington Counsel, Government Advocacy Group
American Medical Association
Presentation Slides


This session was eligible for continuing education credit.

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