Evidence for Telehealth

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Telehealth is increasingly becoming an alternative in healthcare. Patients now have the option to readily contact their providers. Below are research articles and catalogues compiled by TRCs, showing the efficacy of telehealth in certain sub-specialties.

Select Webliographies on Telehealth

Below are webliographies compiled by NETRC that refer to studies reflecting the efficacy of telehealth.

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Telehealth Resources for Safety-Net Organizations

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Resources for Clinical Telehealth Guidelines, Standards, Policies

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Literature Resources on eConsulting Model

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Resources on Telemedicine for Cancer Care

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Resources on Telemental Health

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Pediatric and Child Specialty Care Telemedicine Webliography

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Substance Abuse Webliography

Telerehabilitation Webliography

Resources on Home Telehealth and Remote Monitoring Webliography

HRSA – Cost Efficiency Studies

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HRSA Cost Efficiency Studies

Health Resources and Services Administration – Cost efficiency studies.