Physician groups unveil initiative to help physicians implement telehealth services

The Physicians Foundation, the American Medical Association, the Florida Medical Association, the Massachusetts Medical Society, and the Texas Medical Association have unveiled the ‘The Telehealth Initiative,’ which is designed to help physicians implement telehealth services. 

The organizations explain that, “The current COVID-19 crisis reinforces the need for physician access to practical resources that will enable them to operate telehealth services efficiently while facilitating positive care team and patient experiences.”

They add that, “Through ‘The Telehealth Initiative,’ physicians are able to participate in immersive evidence-based coaching that will help improve patient access, experience and outcomes while maintaining continuity of care when fully implemented.

‘The Telehealth Initiative’ press release/resources