Telehealth and Medicine Today™ is an open access digital journal offering rapid, peer reviewed publication of research and commentaries related to innovations in digital information and telecommunications technologies in patient centered care. Emphasis focuses on advances in program implementation and outcomes as a result of process improvement, advanced econometrics, and synergies that foster earlier interventions that advance value-based healthcare for the 21st century and future healthcare challenges.
The Telehealth and Medicine Today™ audience includes hospitals and medical research centers; payers; healthcare providers; medical directors; health economists; biopharm, biotech, and device companies; IT/IS; researchers; innovators; academicians; and all others with an interest in digital health and telemedicine.
A Comprehensive Overview of Home Telehealth Thomas F. Osborne, MD Bryan T. Arkwright, MHA Joel J. Reich, MD, FACEP John Russo, Jr, PharmD Editor’s note: The article here is reprinted from Dr. Osborne’s chapter in, Chau, Diane and Thomas Osborne (eds.) (2017) Application of Technology to the Care of the Older Adult. New York: Springer […]Read More
The E-Health Experience in Australia: The National Health Services Directory (NHSD) and National Healthmap
Laurie Hawkins Across the world as countries struggle to balance rising consumer expectations, escalating demands on health systems, an ageing population, rising rates of chronic disease, and increasing costs, now is the time to consider looking at new concepts to transform how health and social care is delivered. In Australia, one new concept adopted nationally […]Read More
7 Amazing Benefits of Remote Patient MonitoringRead More
David Gruber and Peter Urbanowicz Editor’s note: Changes (some predict repeal) in the Affordable Care Act is an immanent prospect that will affect all stakeholders in healthcare, including patients, providers, and innovators in telemedicine. In this article, David Gruber and Peter Urbanowicz inform our readers and, hopefully, help prepare them for changes that may be […]Read More
Monica Leslie This article is edited from an earlier publication titled, “Telehealth Vendor Selection – Get Intentional, Not Overwhelmed”, which appeared in Becker’s Health IT and CIO Review, November 16, 2016, and approved republication. http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/healthcare-information-technology/telehealth-vendor-selection-get-intentional-not-overwhelmed.html The term “vendor overwhelmed” in the telehealth market is alive and well. In a global market predicted to more than double in […]Read More
Shahid Ali Telehealth services promise substantial benefits for patients, physicians, and payers. Yet, while there has been some growth in adoption, much more is needed for scalable deployment to achieve more meaningful impact across the healthcare system. For example, the UK Preventative Technology Grant, launched in 2004, was designed to encourage adoption of telecare and […]Read More
Welcome to TMT’s March 2017 issue. In keeping with our 2017 theme “Evidence-Based,” we are pleased to share outcomes and initiatives from outside the U.S. that have shown terrific acceptance and scale, along with valuable updates and information stateside. This month’s content includes: The E-Health Experience in Australia: The National Health Services Directory (NHSD) and […]Read More
Message to Our Readers
“The future of healthcare is a new era of patient engagement using technologies that help provide better care, faster and at less cost across all populations”, stated Richard L. Anglin, Advisory Board member and President and Chief Executive Officer, telmedx. “This vision requires collaboration from healthcare providers, payers, regulators, technology providers and researchers. Each has contributions to make, and telehealth and telemedicine are fundamental to this future vision of healthcare. Experimentation and achieved results will drive future decision-making. Telehealth and Medicine Today™ is focused on reporting real world outcomes to advance this future vision of healthcare.”
Richard L. Anglin
Advisory Board member and President and Chief Executive Officer, telmedx
"Designing a sustainable telehealth program requires an in-depth knowledge of relevant and cutting edge best practices. Telehealth and Medicine Today™ is the quintessential combination that decision makers need to design, implement, optimize, and grow their telehealth program.”
Bryan T. Arkwright
Editorial Board member and Senior Consultant at Subsidium Health
“Telemedicine has clearly passed the tipping point from a novel technology to an essential tool in our nation’s quest to fulfill the Triple Aim [improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care]. It enables us to bring care to the patient by moving digital data rather than moving the patient or healthcare professional.”
Joel J. Reich, MD, FACEP, MMM, CPE
Editorial Board member and Chief Medical Officer/Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs, Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN)
"Partners in Digital Health recognizes treatments of chronic and emergent conditions are dependent on the assistance of technology and connected health,” announced Tory Cenaj, Principal. Unlike other journals in the space, Telehealth and Medicine Today™ brings research, opinion and collaboration full circle in value-based healthcare focusing on interventions and technology that advance patient centered health care. We serve hospitals, payers, the institutional marketplace and all innovators with an interest in the space.
Anyone launching a sustainable telehealth service will find a home with Telehealth and Medicine Today™. "
Publisher of Telehealth and Medicine Today
Telemedicine and e-health insights The significance of telemedicine is game changing. It plays a vital role in healthcare today by revolutionizing and delivering patient centered care and elivering the Triple Aim approach to medicine Are you looking for the latest publications on telemedicine and e-health? Look no further than Telehealth and Medicine Today™. Being a leading digital journal of telemedicine and telecare, we reportan array of issues and solutions for the telemedicine and e-health marketplace. Telemedicine and telehealth articles are perr reviewed. They are submitted by distinguished authors who are familiar with the latest developments in the telemedicine and e-health industry. The focus is on different aspects of the industry, including telemedicine, remote health, telemedicine process improvement, virtual medical consultation, and more. You can also submit your manuscripts for publication online. Subscribe to our journal now to stay updated.