White Paper

Telehealth (Telemedicine) for Musculoskeletal Care in an Occupational Health Setting

This white paper focuses specifically on current musculoskeletal telehealth applications research, providing suggested evidence-based recommendations on specific clinical care conditions.

White Paper Summary

Readers will find the recommendations outlined in this white paper to be of particular value as remote technology-based patient care is not a one-size-fits-all solution for all medical conditions, and each condition has unique limitations and challenges. While a growing body of medical literature generally supports the application of telehealth or telemedicine to manage various aspects of medical care, other research has refuted advantages for specific conditions and demonstrated varied outcomes. Telehealth can include patient education, remote patient monitoring, triage, follow-up visits, and consultations regarding nutrition, exercise, and medication adherence.

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ODG, an MCG Health company, provides unbiased, evidence-based guidelines that unite payers, providers, and employers in the effort to confidently and effectively return employees to health.

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