By Mira Maged Abu-Elenin, PhD, Fraheen Jaffery, Rewa Gelal, Ruba Alblaid, and Lujain Samarkandi, PhD
By Wei Chern Ang, Karniza Khalid, Siti Zulaiha Che Hat, Amalina Anuar
Increased access to healthcare is a priority for public healthcare services. This study investigated healthcare workers’ perceptions and readiness to use telemedicine services.
By Diane Dolezel, PhD, MSCS, RHIA, CHDA; Barbara Hewitt, PhD
By Saif Khairat, PhD, MPH; Yuxiao Yao, MSIS; Cameron Coleman, MD, MPS; Philip McDaniel, MA; Barbara Edson, RN, MBA; and Christopher M. Shea, PhD, MPA
By Leila Beheshti, MSc; Leila R Kalankesh, PhD; Leila Doshmangir, PhD; and Mostafa Farahbakhsh, MD
By Shannon H. Houser, PhD, MPH, RHIA, FAHIMA; Cathy A. Flite, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA; Susan L. Foster, EdD, MBA, RHIA, CHPS, CHPC; Thomas J. Hunt, PhD, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA; Angela Morey, PhD, RHIA, CPHIMS; Miland N. Palmer, PhD, MPH, RHIA; Jennifer Peterson, PhD, RHIA, CTR; Roberta Darnez Pope, MSHI, RHIT; Linda Sorensen, Ed.D., RHIA, CHPS
Telehealth services for patient visits have substantially surged during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, there is increased importance and demand for high-quality telehealth clinical documentation.