Better Safe Than Sorry: Telehealth Standards for Cancer Care

September 2021

After the onset of the COVID-19 public health emergency, ensuring access to care through telehealth became a primary objective. The need to maintain safety and quality of “virtual” care delivered to patients has accelerated during the pandemic. By shifting care from physician offices to patient homes, telehealth has been the most practical solution for safeguarding patients against the threat of the COVID-19 virus.

In the latest blog post in Discern Health’s Journal of Clinical Pathways Quality Outlook blog series, Tom Valuck, Partner, Discern Health and David Blaisdell, Director, Discern Health discuss current standards for telehealth and how these standards can be used to improve the safety and quality of digital cancer care.

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New Report: Recommendations for Patient and Family Engagement in Measure Development

Harnessing the stories, ideas, and innovations of patient and caregiver partners is the key to making measurement meaningful. With support from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)...
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