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.

Research Catalogues

Below are research catalogues developed by CCHP that refer to studies reflecting the efficacy of telehealth in sub-specialty practices.

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Remote Patient Monitoring Research Catalogue

To increase and organize the evidence for the use of telehealth, CCHP has been examining published studies that have been designed to measure the use of telehealth in achieving one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. CCHP has been cataloguing studies published in peer reviewed journals that meet certain criteria. This catalogue of Remote Patient Monitoring studies is one result.

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Telemental Health Research Catalogue

The Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) embarked upon an eight-month project to examine how telehealth could be best utilized in meeting one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. In that work, CCHP began to catalogue studies published in peer reviewed journals that were designed to examine either one of more of the Triple Aim goals of outcomes, quality and cost. This catalogue of telemental health studies is one result.

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Telestroke Research Catalogue

CCHP employed several search parameters when selecting Telestroke studies for this research catalogue. All studies selected were U.S. based, published post 2007, have a sample size of no less than 50 (for studies with control groups, there needed to be a minimum of at least 30 subjects per group), a study period of no less than 6 months (however, if the study length wasn’t specified, the study was still included) and a primary focus on the outcomes (though if all other factors were met and the time period was unspecified, the article was included), quality and or costs of a selected telehealth modality.

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Teledermatology Research Catalogue

The Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) embarked upon an eight-month project to examine how telehealth could be best utilized in meeting one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. In that work, CCHP began to catalogue studies published in peer reviewed journals that were designed to examine either one or more of the Triple Aim goals of outcomes, quality and cost. This catalogue of teledermatology studies is one result.

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Patient Satisfaction Research Catalogue

CCHP has been cataloguing studies published in peer reviewed journals that meet certain criteria. This catalogue of patient satisfaction studies is one result. CCHP employed several search parameters when selecting patient satisfaction studies. All studies selected were U.S. based, published post 2007, had a sample size of no less than 50 (for studies with control groups, there needed to be a minimum of at least 30 subjects per group), and a primary focus on the quality (satisfaction) of a selected telehealth modality.

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Cost Effectiveness Research Catalogue

To increase and organize the evidence for the use of telehealth, the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) has been examining published studies that have been designed to measure the use of telehealth in achieving one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. Among the Triple Aim’s goals, cost-effectiveness is an area that has been less explored than the others, and yet frequently inquired about. This catalog is a collection of peer reviewed journal articles that examine telehealth cost-effectiveness studies that meet certain inclusion criteria established for quality control purposes.

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Palliative Care Research Catalogue

To increase and organize the evidence for the use of telehealth, the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) has been examining published studies that have been designed to measure the use of telehealth in achieving one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. This catalogue of Palliative Care studies is one result.

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Telehealth and Schools Research Catalogue

CCHP employed several search parameters when selecting telehealth and FQHC studies. All studies selected were U.S. based, published post 2010, have a sample size of no less than 50 (for studies with control groups, there needed to be a minimum of at least 30 subjects per group), a study period of no less than 6 months and a primary focus on the outcomes (though if all other factors were met and the time period was unspecified, the article was included), quality and or costs of a selected telehealth modality.

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Telehealth and Prisons Research Catalogue

To increase and organize the evidence for the use of telehealth, the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) has been examining published studies that have been designed to measure the use of telehealth in achieving one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. CCHP has been cataloguing studies published in peer reviewed journals that meet certain criteria.

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Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) Research Catalogue

To increase and organize the evidence for the use of telehealth, the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) has been examining published studies that have been designed to measure the use of telehealth in achieving one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. CCHP has been cataloguing studies published in peer reviewed journals that meet certain criteria. This catalogue of Telehealth and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) studies is one result.
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Environmental Impacts Research Catalogue

To increase and organize the evidence for the use of telehealth, the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) has been examining published studies that have been designed to measure the use of telehealth in achieving one or more of the goals of the Triple Aim. This catalogue of Palliative Care studies is one result.

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 Home Telehealth and Remote Monitoring

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Resources on Telemental Health

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Pediatric and Child Specialty Care Telemedicine Webliography

Substance Abuse Webliography

HRSA – Cost Efficiency Studies

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HRSA Cost Efficiency Studies

Health Resources and Services Administration – Cost efficiency studies.