An indication of telehealth’s increasing popularity, JD Powers and Associates next month will publish its first ever survey of consumer satisfaction with leading providers of telehealth services. The survey is yet more evidence that telehealth has come into its own as a normal mode of health care delivery.
How are we going to pay for it?
That’s usually the first question a hospital leader will ask about a new technology or initiative. And, with good reason. With shrinking revenue and increasing costs, Texas hospitals must be frugal in their investments.