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Podcast: Telehealth in the Time of COVID

Mei Wa Kwong, executive director of PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy discusses telehealth during COVID-19 and the future for telehealth in the U.S. on the Critical Point podcast.

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In this Critical Point podcast, Mei Kwong, executive director of PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy discusses telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and the future for telehealth in the U.S.  Also on the podcast is Susan Philip, a senior healthcare consultant at Milliman with over 20 years of experience in healthcare policy, finance, and research.

 

“The unique qualities [of telehealth] were able to really be applicable during COVID, in that you can be sheltering in place at home, but still get the healthcare services that you need.” Mei Kwong, Center for Connected Health Policy.

In the podcast, Mei notes that the profile of telehealth has increased dramatically, while before COVID-19 consumers really were not aware of telehealth or understood what it was. Listen to the podcast below.

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You can also click on the Critical Point Podcast link below for the audio and transcript.

Originally published by Critical Point Podcast


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