Telehealth and telemedicine solutions are changing the way that doctors are able to interact with patients. In recent years, the United States has see
Is telemedicine software and/or telemedicine video conferencing the solution to mental health treatment for U.S. inmates? Mental health care in prison is a tricky topic. In many cases, it is severely lacking. More importantly, prisons and jails that want to improve don't know the best way to do it.
More than 500,000 returning war veterans were diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in 2012. In light of Memorial Day two weekends ago, it is essential to continue focusing on our veterans and on the quality of healthcare that returning veterans receive.
May is Mental Health Awareness month -- and that means it is time to face some pretty difficult truths about mental health and mental health treatment in the U.S. "Almost two-thirds of people with a mental disorder won’t seek treatment" and "a 2014 study showed that stigma is the top reason people
Telemedicine and telehealth solutions, a new technology used "to do things such as take patients’ vital signs and send the results remotely," according to U.S. News, is rapidly evolving. As conferencing solutions grow more effective every day, more healthcare providers are realizing a simple truth:
Today we have Evan Center of The Center Institute weighing in on why every provider should use telemental health. Evan has a successful practice in Bozeman, MT counseling adolescents and also coaches other therapists on how to optimize and grow their practices through her Institute.
The benefits of telemedicine are plentiful. In the case of then seven-month-old MaLea Fox, the relatively new practice saved her life. The infant suffered from a 102.4 degree fever, among other troubling symptoms. Perplexed by the exact cause of the baby's ailment, the doctor at Columbia Memorial
One of the biggest advancements in medical technology is telemedicine. Telemedicine video conferencing allows patients to see their physicians without facing obstacles like child care, transportation, or obtaining time off of work. The telemedicine market earned $240 million in revenue in 2013
There are two main forms that telehealth applications take: real-time communication (synchronous) and store-and-forward (asynchronous). Real-time communications are frequently used to consult with a remote specialist, but they can also be used for interpretive and educational purposes.
Telehealth (also known as telemedicine) is a broad term used to describe the delivery of various health-related services and information using telecommunications technology. It includes remote patient monitoring, remote specialist consultation and counseling via videoconferencing. Telehealth is