We are pleased to announce that our colleague Jiri Remr attended the highly anticipated 78th AAPOR (American Association for Public Opinion Research) Conference in the beautiful city of Philadelphia. It was an incredible event that brought together leading experts and professionals in the field of public opinion research. Among the many outstanding presentations, one had special significance for INESAN: Jiri Remr ‘s enlightening research on the readiness of seniors to use telehealth.
Jiri Remr shared his findings in a presentation titled “What is the Readiness of Seniors to Use Telehealth?” The room was filled with anticipation as Jiri Remr delved into his research, offering valuable insights into this increasingly relevant topic. As telehealth gains momentum, understanding the perspectives and attitudes of seniors towards this technology becomes paramount.
During his presentation, Jiri Remr unveiled a comprehensive analysis of the factors influencing seniors’ acceptance and adoption of telehealth services. He explored accessibility concerns, and overall readiness to embrace digital healthcare solutions. His research shed light on the potential barriers faced by seniors, while also highlighting the opportunities and benefits that telehealth can bring to this target group.
As we strive to create inclusive and accessible healthcare systems, understanding the needs of seniors is crucial. By addressing their concerns and tailoring telehealth services to suit their unique requirements, we can enhance their healthcare experiences and ensure equitable access to quality care.
We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Jiri Remr for his presentation and valuable contribution. His findings will undoubtedly inform future policies, innovations, and initiatives aimed at harnessing the potential of telehealth for our aging population.