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June 11, 2019

Bright.md Digest: Telehealth myths that need to die

Ann Mond Johnson, CEO of the American Telemedicine Association, shared the top seven myths about telehealth at last week’s Telehealth19 in Atlanta. A few that we’d be happy to see go away (and doing our part to dispel): “Telehealth is not high quality,” “Telehealth is a threat to providers,” and “Telehealth is only synchronous communication.”

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Forgive the self-promotion, but we’re too excited about this good news to keep it to ourselves! We’ve been named the Leader in The Forrester New Wave™️: Virtual Care Solutions for Digital Health, Q2 2019.

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