Tuesday, January 22 | EHR Solutions and Operations, Interoperability, Thought Leadership, Care Coordination

Telehealth: Bringing Quality Care to You

By AJ Peterson, Vice President and General Manager of Interoperability

Patients, providers and caregivers can all benefit from the vast functionality telehealth offers. Its mobile, web-based platform expands access to care, reduces healthcare spending, implements seamless data exchange and transitions across care settings. Additionally, the program helps combat nationwide provider shortages and gaps in care with the elimination of geographical boundaries.

If your organization is considering incorporating telehealth services, be sure to review Netsmart Vice President AJ Peterson’s four points to acknowledge on HIMSS.

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