Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) improves the health of British Columbians by seeking province-wide solutions to specialized health care needs in collaboration with BC health authorities and other partners.
Telehealth’s flexibility and potential is demonstrated by its use in close to 30 diverse clinical areas (and growing).
To learn more about Telehealth’s clinical applications, click on the hyperlinks to view clinical program one-pagers.
These one-pagers provide program overviews, success stories, and examples of how health professionals have integrated Telehealth into their workflows.
One-pagers are also great resources to print and take with you to meetings and conferences.
“Women in our target population (pregnant or up to one year post-partum) have a very specific time in which they can access services for assessment, diagnosis and support/resources for their mental health concerns. Telehealth improves the access of all women at a crucial time in their lives and the life of their child, and can provide long term benefits to the health of all the family.” - Kate Thomas-Peter, Project Manager, BC Women's Reproductive Mental Health Program
"[Telehealth] makes it possible for clients to see their clinicians on a regular basis without causing them the anxiety of travelling to and from the clinic, not to mention the cost of travel. All our clients are in a fragile mental state due to their PTSD and avoiding large crowds/cities/traffic is always a priority." - Martina Mitterer, Administration Support, BC Operational Stress Injury Clinic
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