The national School-Based Health Alliance shared a new article, “The Use of Telehealth in School-Based Health Centers,” which was published yesterday in Global Pediatric Health.
The National School-Based Health Care Census is the first national survey to describe characteristics of school-based health centers (SBHCs) employing telehealth. The article describes characteristics of SBHCs using telehealth, specifically, the growth of telehealth in traditional SBHCs that use technology to complement onsite providers, and a newer and growing delivery model of school-based health care where primary care and other services are provided exclusively through telehealth. The article contributes to a larger conversation about the evolution of telehealth in general, and how technology can be leveraged to broaden the reach of health care to underserved school-aged populations.
You can read the article by clicking on this link: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2333794X19884194, and the full-text version is accessible for free to everyone online.