Join the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) for a discussion about telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and how what we have learned may be useful for the future of telehealth policymaking.
This briefing will feature PCORI funding updates on telehealth and COVID-19 as well as key takeaways and themes from PCORI’s telehealth portfolio that can inform ongoing discussions by Congressional staff and policy makers on the current and post-COVID landscape of telehealth policy. PCORI-funded researchers Ray Dorsey, MD, MBA, and Maureen Hensley-Quinn, MPA, will share lessons, opportunities, and challenges of the application of telehealth during COVID-19 from the provider perspective along with telehealth policy insights from states that may be useful to Congress.
- Nakela L. Cook, MD, MPH
Executive Director, PCORI
- Ray Dorsey, MD, MBA
David M. Levy Professor of Neurology and Director, Center for Health and Technology
University of Rochester Medical Center
- Maureen Hensley-Quinn, MPA
Senior Program Director, National Academy for State Health Policy
- Penny Mohr, MA
Senior Advisor, Emerging Technology and Delivery System Innovation Research Initiatives, PCORI
- Speaker Biographies
- PCORI-funded Projects
- PCORI Resources
- COVID-19 Updates
- Telehealth (Topic)
- Telehealth: Highlights of PCORI-Funded Research Studies (Collection)
- Explore Our Portfolio of Funded Projects
- PCORI Researchers Are Answering Rapidly Emerging Questions about Telehealth (PCORI Blog)
- Changes to Telehealth Policy, Delivery, and Outcomes in Response to COVID-19 (Landscape Review)
For questions about this event, please email [email protected].