Telehealth adoption for school-based health centers
In collaboration with Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, the New York School-Based Health Foundation is pleased to release the report, Caring for New York's School Children: The Potential of Telehealth.
The report examines the transition to telehealth in New York State's SBHCs, anticipates the future outlook for telehealth in SBHCs, and identifies areas of opportunity for utilizing telehealth in SBHCs. Thanks to our team of 5 student consultants at the Mailman School, 19 key stakeholders were interviewed for input, including nine SBHCs in New York; SBHC experts from Connecticut, North Carolina, and Colorado; the New York City Department of Education; Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA); Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS); Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS); and the national School Based Health Alliance.
We want to extend our gratitude to our student consultants at the Mailman School: Sam Russo, Adam Lan, Clare Hudock, Diana Rubin, and Saba Rawjani for all their work in delivering this report. We would also like to thank Faculty Advisor and Foundation board member Martha Wolfgang for guiding this project. Kindly find their presentation and report below.