A study identifies perceived value and prescriptions as two key contributors to patient satisfaction with telemedicine.
Enabling population management and delighting patients with virtual visits. A Q&A with Jan Bautista, MD, from Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Connected Care.
These busted myths and communication tips can help enhance webside manner and provide a better patient and clinician experience in virtual visits.
Quality of care should not be dictated by geography or socioeconomic status. Mary Alissa Willis, MD, says she’s excited about the ways that technology will help bridge this gap.
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Staff members of Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute studied technologies available for distance health and how they can be used to enhance care for laryngology patients. They recently published their results.
A leading clinician champion of remote monitoring and virtual visits recaps how the technology has evolved and where it looks to be heading.
A report of Cleveland Clinic’s early experience with its mobile stroke unit shows it boosted the likelihood that patients who need tPA will get it in the recommended time window.
Cleveland Clinic now offers telemedicine consults for some arrhythmia patients. A cardiologist shares the rationale, why electrophysiology is a natural starting point and why in-person visits aren’t going away.
Three nontraditional programs adopted by the Cleveland Clinic Oral and Maxilofacial Surgery Section provide improved access to care by making better use of patients’ time.
A new study shows that when telemedicine is used to connect a hospital-based stroke neurologist with a mobile stroke treatment unit, intervention times are trimmed and technical failures can be kept rare.