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Lessons Learned from the MAVEN Project Pilot: Using Physician Volunteers to Increase Access to Care via Telehealth

Description
Describes the evaluation of pilot program of the Medical Alumni Volunteer Expert Network (MAVEN) Project, which used experienced volunteer physicians to provide consults via telehealth to rural and inner-city providers. Pilot program offered telehealth visits at 3 community health centers in Massachusetts and California.
Author(s)
Lori Uscher-Pines, Robert S. Rudin
Date
2016
Type
Document
Organization
RAND Corporation
Tagged as
Community engagement and volunteerism · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Physicians · Telehealth · California · Massachusetts