Date: May 2 2022
Summary: Exhaustive landscape analysis looking into telehealth opportunities and challenges
Keywords: ##bibliography #telehealth #cpt #quality #multistate #licensing #archive
R. Tuckson, M. Edmunds, and M. Hodgkins, “Telehealth,” New England Journal of Medicine, Oct. 2017. Accessed: Apr. 29, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMsr1503323?articleTools=true
A literature survey of telehealth insights.
- Interchangeably used with telemedicine - Transferring medical information between sites via telecommunications to improve patient health 
Current Procedural Terminology Codes
- Get in the way currently of how individuals get paid for telehealth - CPT Editorial panel working on this circa 2015
Interstate licensing and care provision
- Federation of State Medical Boards created the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact - Ease multistate licensing  - Not all states involved at the time of publication
Quality of Care
- National Quality Forum developing telehealth framework - Telehealth Framework To Support Measure Development 2016 - 2017 - Developed to identify existing and potential telehealth metrics
Zelko, Jacob. Telehealth. https://jacobzelko.com/05022022155118-telehealth. May 2 2022.
 “About telemedicine. Washington, DC: American Telemedicine Association.” https://www.americantelemed.org/main/about/%20about-telemedicine/telemedicine-faqs (accessed May 02, 2022).
 “Understanding the Medical Licensure Compact,” Federation of State Medical Boards, 2013. Accessed: May 02, 2022. [Online]. Available: http://www.fsmb.org/policy/advocacy-policy/interstate-model-proposed-medical-lic