The use of telehealth (clinical care provided at a distance) has grown exponentially and has been greatly accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic and public health emergency. With more widespread use, many questions remain about its regulation, reimbursement, potential to narrow or widen access to care and health disparities, and optimal clinical implementation in diverse settings. The continued growth in the use of wearable devices and remote monitoring technologies is an additional area of interest with policy and clinical implications.

Working Group Goal:

The primary goal of the Telehealth Working Group is to bring people together to address questions relating to regulation, reimbursement, access, quality, and optimal implementation of telehealth and to disseminate policy recommendations and research related to this area. Telehealth encompasses synchronous and asynchronous modalities and remote patient monitoring.

The Working Group aims to:

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Working group membership is open to LDI Fellows, and others by invitation. Sign up here.

Initiative Leads

Marina Serper

Marina Serper, MD, MS

Assistant Professor, Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Perelman School of Medicine

Srinath Adusumalli

Srinath Adusumalli, MD, MSHP

Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine; Assistant Chief Medical Information Officer, Connected Health, University of Pennsylvania Health System