The American Academy of Pediatrics voiced its support for a study which concluded that telehealth is equally effective as in-person care for pediatric cases.
A recent study claims delivering “bad news” to patients over the phone could be a better option than in the traditional setting of an in-person office visit.
A reported 29.1 million people in the U.S. have diabetes - telehealth interventions such as virtual visits, could prevent further complications from the disease.
Patients can request a visit 24/7 to connect with a medical provider to receive diagnosis and treatment. But what ailments are appropriate for telemedicine?
Considering upwards of 75% of 911 calls are medical in nature, a significant amount of time and money could be saved by implementing a telemedicine model.
Is it ever appropriate to prescribe lifestyle medications via telemedicine? Check out this infographic that illustrates what can be prescribed via telemedicine.
21st century medicine requires a 21st century education for future healthcare providers; telemedicine as a topic of study is a vital part of that plan.