Virtual visits are a fairly new territory for prenatal care. Early-adopter Julian Peskin, MD, MBA, shares six tips for building a hybrid in-office and virtual practice to increase patient access and convenience without sacrificing quality and safety.
Renewed federal funding is supporting further rollout of a forward-looking care model that fully leverages telemedicine and prioritizes care coordination and family engagement.
Virtual visits are convenient for families while giving neonatologists insight into family life that they may not see in the office. Dr. Ajith Mathew, a Cleveland Clinic Children’s neonatologist, discusses his experience implementing telemedicine.
Virtual visits can increase access without overburdening staff. Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Peter Anderson, MD, discusses how he prepares for and organizes these virtual visits to optimize health and wellness in pediatric or AYA patients with cancer and their families.
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A recent study found that antibiotic prescribing was higher in DTC telemedicine. Primary care physician Mark Rood, MD, puts this data in context and explains how Cleveland Clinic’s Express Care® Online platform assures quality and safety for adults and children.
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.
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.
How personal responsibility and commitment improve integration of hospitals into a health system. A conversation with Joseph Iannotti, MD, PhD, Chief of Staff for the growing Cleveland Clinic Florida region.
The first known study of this staffing model found clinical outcomes to be similar to those with on-site nighttime intensivist staffing. The lead researcher discusses implications and next steps.
Demand for telemedicine will likely continue to rise, and primary care providers will need to be familiar with the practical and legal considerations in establishing this type of service.