Telehealth has proven to be a growing sector providing on-demand health services for consumers. A long history of development and refinement precede what we now know as telehealth technology. Access to telehealth technology has become widely available changing the landscape of healthcare. However, does that mean that consumers desire to use the technology? How does a factor such as health status play a role in the consumers’ willingness to encounter a provider using telehealth as the method for delivery of care? This research project aims to compare self-selected health status to consumers’ willingness to engage with telehealth services.
Perry, Jacqueline, "Health Status and Adults Willingness to Encounter A Provider by Telehealth" (2019). Applied Research Projects. 68. . https://doi.org/10.21007/chp.hiim.0065