mHealth Intelligence December 7, 2023
Anuja Vaidya

A literature review on telehealth modalities reveals that live video telehealth and in-person care quality were similar across health outcomes and utilization.

A sweeping review of research on telehealth shows that live video telehealth is as effective as in-person care in treating certain conditions, like mental health conditions, but there is a concerning lack of research on disparities in telehealth-enabled care.

Conducted by the California Health Benefits Review Program and the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at the University of California San Francisco, the review includes studies published between January 2021 and October 2022. Researchers included 80 studies that examine the use of telehealth modalities as a substitute for in-person care in the analysis for the report.


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