The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality seeks input through Nov. 12 on scientific evidence to inform a systematic review of telehealth use during COVID-19. Topics include the characteristics of patients and providers using telehealth and how they differ from before the pandemic; benefits and potential harms of telehealth use; successful telehealth strategies; and cost and reimbursement considerations. For more on the study by AHRQ’s Evidence-based Practice Centers Program, click here

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