Background: Telepsychiatry has become much more widely established due to the public health emergency posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Objective: This study aimed to discuss the telepsychiatry model adopted at UConn Health and explore the success of this model.
Methods: We conducted anonymous surveys of both psychiatry clinicians as well as patients, collecting information on their satisfaction with telepsychiatry visits.
Results: We found that telepsychiatry visits were widely accepted by both clinicians and patients, including older adults.
Conclusions: Telepsychiatry is a valuable way to increase access to care and is widely accepted by both clinicians and patients.
Conflicts of Interest: None declared.
Edited by S Pagoto; This is a non–peer-reviewed article. submitted 08.05.22; accepted 24.06.22; published 04.07.22Copyright
©Neha Jain. Originally published in Iproceedings (https://www.iproc.org), 04.07.2022.
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