A controlled but nonrandomized Cleveland Clinic study found an interactive home monitoring program to reduce odds of hospitalization among patients with newly diagnosed COVID-19.
Conference participants explored issues affecting telehealth usage, such as barriers for aging, minority and other underserved populations.
The virtual ICU model may be better suited to care for patients than the traditional model, a new study finds.
We share our experience providing safe and routine access to phase II cardiac rehabilitation to patients across nine regional cardiac rehab centers using inclusive telemedicine methods and resourceful center-based care.
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A recently published framework illustrates Cleveland Clinic’s strategy for integrating virtual care with orthopaedics.
A 35-year-old in the epilepsy monitoring unit developed a nighttime generalized convulsive seizure lasting over three minutes. Was he in the post-ictal phase or was further escalation needed?
We share three examples of how our Neurological Institute uses virtual patient management conferences and other telemedicine tools to extend high care standards to sites around the nation and globe.
Our pediatric epilepsy team has launched a collaboration with Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare to assist in interpretation of complex video EEG studies and advise on potential epilepsy surgery cases.
We profile how we’re using telemedicine to successfully enable round-the-clock staffing, provide second opinions to external hospitals and deliver virtual follow-up care for those discharged to LTAC facilities.
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cleveland Clinic’s Head and Neck Institute suddenly and successfully used telemedicine to care for patients