AMA Announces Telehealth Impact Survey
You are invited to complete the Telehealth Impact Study Provider Questionnaire. The study has been approved by the Mayo Clinic IRB and is part of our efforts in the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition* to address the pandemic. Since COVID-19 started, we have experienced a significant shift towards telehealth. The goal of this project is to learn more about your experience with telehealth to identify the challenges and barriers, as well as the benefits.
Building on existing research, your response will help inform additional resources needed across the industry and healthcare community, provide insights to federal and state policymakers, and identify gaps in current research. Respondent and organization information will remain confidential and will only be reported in aggregate. The findings will be shared and made available to all on the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition website, as well as shared by the various organizations participating in the Coalition Telehealth Workgroup*.
The COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition is focused on understanding your experience of telehealth as an individual physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant. Please click here to start the survey. The survey is expected to take up to 15-20 minutes, and we ask that you complete the survey by August 13, 2020. Please remember to press submit when you get to the end of the survey.
We want to hear from as many clinicians as possible to inform our work. If you have colleagues who use telehealth, please consider forwarding this invitation to them.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and valuable insights.
Steve R. Ommen, MD, Medical Director, Center for Connected Care, Mayo Clinic
Francis X. Campion, MD, FACP, Principal Lead, Digital Health, MITRE Corporation
*COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition Telehealth Workgroup: American Medical Association (AMA) , American Telemedicine Association (ATA), Digital Medical Society (DiMe), MassChallenge Health Tech, Mayo Clinic and MITRE Corporation. The AMA, while a part of the Coalition Telehealth Workgroup, is not a formal member of the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition.