Becker's Healthcare May 11, 2022
Georgina Gonzalez

Telehealth providers often struggle with several key problems, including accessibility of the platform, regulatory and infrastructure barriers and sharing data. A report from the National Committee for Quality Assurance, released May 10, highlights those key challenges and provides solutions for providers.

Here are the three main challenges of successful telehealth rollout and some ways they can be fixed: 

Accessibility of telehealth: A patient’s digital literacy, language abilities or socioeconomic levels can all create barriers to accessibility for telehealth. Building virtual programs that have different language options, are culturally sensitive and designing them for a variety of people with disabilities are...

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