CONNECT-MS, a new pilot program, will follow MS patients for one year to determine if telemedicine could be beneficial to patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
The New Year seems to have Arkansas state legislatures re-thinking their restricting telemedicine laws. Arkansas Act 203 makes telemedicine more accessible to patients...
Cancer survival rates are at an all-time high, and healthcare providers are encouraging patients to play an active role in managing their care using telehealth.
Hospitals, emergency rooms, and urgent cares in rural areas are finding it more difficult to maintain 24 hour operations, so are turning to telehealth.
A new program could bring telehealth consultations to patients with Parkinson's disease, helping them to connect with specialists across the United States.
Patient medical care can be depicted by a pyramid with three levels: Primary Care/Urgent Care, Specialists/Hospitalization, and Long Term care - should a fourth be added?
A Military Hospital is using telemedicine as a training platform; connecting students to top professors, and hospitals to countries with advanced telehealth...
Telemedicine has improved access to care for both low acuity ailments and chronic conditions, and continues to help underserved populations receive essential medical care. One population that could begin to see the benefit of telemedicine would be parents of children with autism. The prevalence of autism has increased significantly within the past two years. Unfortunately,