Types of Telehealth

Live Video

Interactive video conferencing allows patients and healthcare providers to see and hear each other in real-time, even when they are in different locations. Providers using a variety of high-tech attachments (peripherals) can see and hear everything that they can when utilizing traditional medical instruments, allowing an experience as close to an in-person office visit as possible. There is a diverse range of tools available for interactive video conferencing and they can be used for a variety of purposes in both clinical and non-clinical environments. Below you will find more details about the equipment and ways that it is being used to improve the delivery of healthcare. Please contact us to learn more!

Featured Resources

Report on Web

Telehealth and Substance Use Disorder Services in the Era of COVID-19: Review and Recommendations

Date Published: 2022 | Author: Office of National Drug Control Policy

Report on Web

Considerations for Fostering an Antiracist and Equitable Telehealth Environment

Date Published: 2022 | Author: American Academy of Pediatrics

Journal Article

Power and Participation: How Community Health Centers Address the Determinants of the Social Determinants of Health

Date Published: 2022 | Author: Cole, M.; Jolliffe, M.; Gottlieb, B.

Journal Article

Changes in Virtual and In-Person Health Care Utilization in a Large Health System During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Date Published: 2021 | Author: Zachrison KS, Yan Z, Schwamm LH.

Report on Web

Telemedicine: Ensuring Safe, Equitable, Person-Centered Virtual Care

Date Published: 2021 | Author: Institute for Healthcare Improvement


Telehealth Operations Module

Date Published: 2012 | Author: Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center

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