Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring in 2018

The number of U.S. health systems with consumer-service telehealth programs is projected to nearly double from 2016 to 2018, according to the Hospital & Health Systems 2016 Consumer Telehealth Benchmark Survey by Teladoc. As further indications of telehealth's explosive growth, wearable devices have proliferated, artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain initiatives are becoming more commonplace, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has added several new telehealth codes for calendar year 2018.

Tell us how your organization is utilizing telehealth and remote patient monitoring in HIN's fifth comprehensive e-survey on this topic. Respond by January 26, 2018 and receive a free executive summary of the compiled results. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential.

Three respondents who complete the survey will be chosen at random to receive an Adobe PDF of HIN's best-selling report, "Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management: Leveraging Technology in a Value-Based System," valued at $79.

* 1. Does your organization use telehealth or remote patient monitoring for clinical purposes?

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