Since COVID, telehealth is used worldwide to deliver healthcare. It includes:
- teleconsultations: digital consultations between any healthcare provider and a patient
- tele-expertise: consultations between healthcare professionals, for example in multidisciplinary settings and
- telemedicine: medical monitoring and follow up of patients
Teleconsultations in particular have been booming since the start of the COVID pandemic in 2020.
Multiple health systems in Europe have expanded their framework and financing. Mainly GP’s and mental health therapists have been using telehealth in their day-to-day practice.
Discover how telehealth is used in Europe
Since 2018, I published several blogs on telehealth in European countries.
You can find them here on one place now.
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- Accessibility and 3 other challenges for telehealth in Belgium
- Belgium adopts permanent telehealth financing as of 1 August 2022
- How Portugal made telehealth a commodity
- Finland is the ideal breeding ground for eHealth in Europe
- The moment of truth for telehealth after COVID in Belgium
- Proximus launches Doktr: a patient-centric telehealth app for all Belgians
- Belgium adopts covid19 reimbursement for teleconsultations by all kinds of health professionals now
- Covid19-vaccination can use telehealth
- Telehealth helps to tackle coronavirus worldwide
- 5 reasons why telehealth is effective to flatten the curve of the coronavirus
- France is at the forefront of telehealth in Europe
- Digital health law in Germany opens up a market of 73m users for digital therapeutics companies
- How France, Sweden and Germany lead by example in telehealth
- How is telehealth organised in Europe post-covid? 4 things you should know
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