IMPACT Initiative Launches Virtual-First Care Transitions Toolkit as Resource Center For Successful Virtual-First Integrations

News
Article

By weaving V1C into established and new venues of care with the assist of toolkit resources, organizations can enhance care coordination and user experience across the board, and also drive improvements in access, equity, effectiveness, and efficiency.

The global pandemic prompted millions of healthcare professionals to utilize virtual care options, and while life may be trending back to normal, patients are demanding more accessible care options.

For instance, telehealth usage is currently 38 times pre-pandemic levels and some estimates predict that 70.6 million Americans will use remote patient monitoring tools by 2025. 

To help navigate this landscape, IMPACT — the virtual-first care (V1C) initiative hosted by the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) — launched the Effective V1C Care Transitions Toolkit, a robust set of resources that shows the field what effective V1C care transitions look like and how to successfully integrate them into our current health care system.

V1C is medical care for individuals or a community accessed through digital interactions where possible, guided by a clinician, and integrated into a person's everyday life.

Visit the DiMe website to access all V1C resources.

Visit the DiMe website to access all V1C resources.

By weaving V1C into established and new venues of care with the assist of toolkit resources, organizations can enhance care coordination and user experience across the board, and also drive improvements in access, equity, effectiveness, and efficiency.


Related Videos
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.