The audience for Telehealth and Medicine Today includes over 24,000 individuals at hospitals and medical research centers, payers, researchers, innovators, medical directors, IT/IS, healthcare providers, and academicians. In addition,biopharm and device companies are represented. Anyone with an interest in digital health and telemedicine relies onTelehealth and Medicine Today for the latest knowledge in implementation and advances on the horizon in the specialty.
Brennan Bennett Editor’s note: This month, Telehealth and Medicine Today brings to its readers the second in a series authored by Brennan Bennett on telehealth and blockchain technology. In this article, the focus is on their shared core philosophy of empowering the individual. Telemedicine and blockchain technology share a core philosophy of empowering the individual. […]Read More
Matthew (Ted) Braid The electronic medical record (EMR) is significantly more than a digitalized format for converting patient data into easily stored and recalled information. Today, each patient’s EMR is a vast, growing accumulation of health data sourced from physicians and professional medical devices. And, according to HIPAA, it is the absolute property of the […]Read More
Abeera Mansur Background: Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a complex and common medical condition requiring a multidisciplinary management approach, including control of multiple parameters to delay progression of the disease. Telehealth has been used for monitoring chronic conditions and can be used for managing chronic kidney disease. Materials and Methods: Patients (N = 34) with […]Read More
Editor’s note: On March 16th and 17th, 2017, Telehealth and Medicine Today convened a national conference of opinion leaders to discuss and debate “Technologies and Tactics Transforming Long-term Care.” What follows is an interview with Gary German, who is President of Nonnatech, a digital health solution leveraging machine for learning and remote patient monitoring to […]Read More
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in Addiction Science & Clinical Practice. The authors investigated the adoption of telemedicine services among purchasers of addiction treatment in five states and one county. It has been edited for a concise presentation of information. Acronyms are defined at the end of the article. Abstract Methods: A […]Read More
Birthe Dinesen,1 Brandie Nonnecke,2 David Lindeman,2 Egon Toft,3 Kristian Kidholm,4 Kamal Jethwani,5 Heather M Young,6 Helle Spindler,7 Claus Ugilt Oestergaard,1,8 Jeffrey A Southard,9 Mario Gutierrez,10 Nick Anderson,11 Nancy M Albert,12 Jay J Han,13 Thomas Nesbitt.2,13 Editor’s note: This article was originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. The authors provide an extensively referenced […]Read More
Todd D. Ellis Editor’s note: On March 16th and 17th, 2017, Telehealth and Medicine Today convened a national conference of opinion leaders to discuss and debate “Technologies and Tactics Transforming Long-term Care.” What follows is a panel discussion with Pramod Gaur, moderated by Todd Ellis on the topic, population health management. Introduction Todd D. Ellis […]Read More
Emergency Telepsychiatry and the Acute Care Continuum: Creating Value Through Improved Patient Accessibility and Follow-up
Prentice A. Tom Editor’s note: Dr. Tom is Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs at CEP America. This is the first in a series of articles that will appear in Telehealth and Medicine Today in which he will share his view of development and implementation of healthcare service solutions. I few […]Read More
Douglas Shinsato “Touch,” the ability to connect at a level relevant to those we try to serve, is as important (arguably more important) than deploying the high-level technology our best minds develop. I was treated to an example of this during my visit to Sony Labs several weeks ago to discuss how we might collaborate […]Read More
Standing on the bridge of planning an exciting 2018 for you, we are pleased to announce our August 2017 issue. Allow me to share a couple of milestones with you… If you are following TMT’s journey, you know we have searched for an Editor-in-Chief. The position is important in that telehealth and medicine ushers in […]Read More
Todd D. Ellis Editor’s note: On March 16th and 17th, 2017, Telehealth and Medicine Today convened a national conference of opinion leaders to discuss and debate “Technologies and Tactics Transforming Long-term Care.” What follows is a panel discussion with Pramod Gaur, moderated by Todd Ellis on the topic, population health management. Introduction Todd D. Ellis […]
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Telehealth and Medicine Today is an open access digital journal published by Partners in Digital Health. Our goal is to assist healthcare decision makers in launching sustainable telehealth services within clinically integrated healthcare systems. We offer rapid, peer-reviewed publication of research and commentaries related to digital health and telecommunications technologies in patient-centered care. Emphasis focuses on, advances in program implementation, outcomes, process improvement, advanced econometrics, and innovations that foster earlier interventions to advance value-based healthcare for the 21 st Century and future healthcare challenges.
The audience for Telehealth and Medicine Today includes over 24,000 individuals at hospitals and medical research centers, payers, health economists, healthcare providers, researchers, innovators, medical directors, IT/IS, and academicians. In addition, biopharm and device companies are represented. Anyone with an interest in digital health and telemedicine relies on Telehealth and Medicine Today for the latest knowledge in implementation and advances on the horizon in the specialty.