A Hybrid Model (In Person Followed by Telehealth Visit) of Ambulatory Care Leads to Improved Outcomes and Reduced Cost of Care

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Originally Aired - Monday, May 6 11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

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Location: Alcove Theater 1 - Level 3


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Title: A Hybrid Model (In Person Followed by Telehealth Visit) of Ambulatory Care Leads to Improved Outcomes and Reduced Cost of Care

Type: Research Oral Presentation

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The study explores the impacts of reduced telehealth flexibilities post-PHE, with a focus on audio-only visits. It evaluates the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a hybrid care model, combining in-person and telehealth visits, amidst uncertainties about the clinical adequacy of telehealth. The research aims to provide empirical support for this integrated approach in achieving optimal health outcome and at lower costs.


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