Healthcare Innovation September 8, 2021
Janette Wider

The Center for Connected Medicine (CCM), in partnership with KLAS Research, reports that although telehealth appointments were down in May and June, organizations are looking to expand their virtual offerings

The Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) in partnership with KLAS Research conducted a report that was released in August entitled “The Intersection of Value and Telehealth: Survey Findings on Adoption and Utilization.”

The report is based on a survey of nearly 100 executives, directors, and managers in technology, informatics, business, and clinical roles at U.S. health systems and hospitals during May and June of 2021—which was before the rise in COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant.

The report states that “More than 80 percent of survey respondents said one-fifth...

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