Hospitalists Explore Evolving Roles in TelemedicineDecember 1, 2023
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March 2020, health care providers had to learn in a hurry how to navigate telemedicine and virtual, distant encounters with patients—using technologies that...
Telemedicine to the RescueJanuary 3, 2023
Children’s hospitals across the nation have been overwhelmed by the current surge of patients with acute respiratory illnesses.1 The unprecedented demand for acute care has caused critical...
Inpatient telemedicine can help address hospitalist pain pointsMarch 3, 2021
The extent to which telemedicine is able to positively impact patient care will revolve around overcoming barriers.
Pandemic effect: Telemedicine is now a ‘must-have’ serviceAugust 13, 2020
Survey examines patients’ perception of safety and their telemedicine experience.
COVID-19 spurs telemedicine, furloughs, retirementApril 28, 2020
Physicians are considering different types of practice as they feel the financial impact of COVID-19.
COVID-19: Telemedicine boosting access but is not a panaceaApril 27, 2020
Surging virtual visits are setting a precedent during the pandemic, but the future of telepsychiatry remains to be written, experts said.
A decade of telemedicine policy has advanced in just 2 weeksApril 6, 2020
User-friendly technology and the relaxed telehealth restrictions have made it fairly simple for patients and physicians to connect.
Pilot program trains residents in telemedicineMay 13, 2019
WASHINGTON – Residents said their telephone visits allowed them to build rapport with patients.
Speakers discuss benefits, use cases of telemedicine for hospitalistsMarch 26, 2019
The word “hospitalist” is clear and concise. It declares that this type of physician is directly tied to hospitals, as much of a fixture as emergency departments, ICUs, and cafeterias. But what if a hospitalist appears on a screen instead of standing at bedside?
CMS considers expanding telemedicine paymentsJuly 17, 2018
The proposed rule would pay doctors for an expanded number of telemedicine services and add payment for virtual check-ins by phone or other technologies.