mHealth Intelligence (12/29, Vaidya) reports “close to a third of older Americans remain concerned about the efficacy of telehealth visits as compared with in-person care, according to a” poll (PDF) “conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and funded by the SCAN Foundation” of “1,000 adults, aged 50 years and older, between Nov. 12 and 15.” Respondents “cited concerns regarding not having a personal relationship with their doctor (29 percent), the security of health information (17 percent) and running into technical issues (16 percent).” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)