After a decade of experience offering telestroke services to external hospitals, we’re now starting to offer similar inpatient teleneurological care in additional subspecialty areas. Here’s what’s involved.
An app-based platform for long-term follow-up of cardiac pacemaker patients yields higher rates of successful data transmission than traditional remote monitoring methods, finds the BlueSync Field Evaluation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed healthcare care delivery. At Cleveland Clinic, telehealth visits went from 2% to 75% of total outpatient visits in just 6 weeks. This article is a playbook for institutions seeking to ramp their telehealth services quickly.
A white paper and Digital Health Summit profile perspectives of key stakeholders in the electrophysiology space and pinpoint challenges and opportunities on the road toward optimal management of ubiquitous data.
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We’ve just reported the largest experience with virtual visits for outpatient subspecialty neurologic care to date. This infographic presents a few statistical highlights and learnings.
An electrophysiologist at the forefront of digital health tech explains the latest in virtual visits and wearable and smartphone-based technologies for remote heart monitoring.
A new online headache education program uses a series of eight virtual visits to provide the time needed to educate patients and individualize treatment strategies.
The leader of a global study of the BlueSync system for automatic wireless remote monitoring explains why the technology promises to remake monitoring of cardiac pacemakers.
Tuesdays are Dr. Hubert Fernandez’s favorite day of the week, because that’s when he has 12 slots devoted to virtual visits. The neurologist explains how distance health is transforming the way he practices.
Distance Health is part of an initiative to transform Cleveland Clinic for the future. For the last year, pain management physicians have been acclimating patients to this convenient way of receiving care.