Special considerations

The following section highlights unique questions around telehealth in different settings

Low-resource settings

Clinics that take care of communities in low or under resourced settings have unique considerations starting with access to high speed internet to connecting with other community services that may rely on more in-person logistics.

Teaching clinics

Clinics that have trainees such as residents or medical students have to manage additional complexities with telemedicine visits that balance multiple care providers connecting with a patient.

Complex primary care

Complex primary care clinics often provide care to patients and families with more complex medical hardware and have other considerations that may translate to their own unique features in a telehealth visit.