An Assessment of a Socioeconomic Risk Screening Tool for Telemedicine Encounters in Pediatric Primary Care: A Pilot Study

Elizabeth Ireson, Mary Carol Burkhardt, Dominick DeBlasio, Yingying Xu, Jessica Walters, Tasha Johnson & Melissa Klein
Socioeconomic adversity negatively affects child health. Telemedicine use in pediatrics is rapidly expanding. We piloted a socioeconomic risk screening tool within telemedicine visits. Using chart review, our primary aim was to assess the rates of screen completion, risk identification, and referral generation during telemedicine visits. Our secondary aim was to assess family satisfaction and barriers to connecting with referrals/interventions through follow-up telephone interviews. This study included 179 telemedicine encounters. The screening tool was completed in...
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