Applying Telehealth to Natural Disasters

Posted by Tess Meehan on Nov 6, 2018 5:00:00 AM

After one of the worst hurricane seasons on record, it seems more pressing than ever to discuss how we respond to natural disasters. How can we improve our response from a healthcare and emergency response perspective? Specifically, how can telehealth platforms be utilized in the wake of natural disasters to help individuals and entire communities remain healthy?

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Stress Control for College Students with Telemedicine

Posted by Ianna Arthur on Oct 30, 2018 5:00:00 AM

For many students, college can be a time of extreme stress. Lack of sleep, heavy workloads, financial issues, and post-graduation pressure can contribute to the highly prevalent mental health problems within the student population. Telemedicine has proved to be a way to increase stress management, access to mental illness treatment, and overall well-being.

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Topics: stress, population health

What to Expect When You’re Expecting With Telehealth

Posted by Elena Muller on Oct 25, 2018 6:00:00 AM

For the expectant mother, pregnancy should be a time of excitement and peaceful preparation. Currently in the United States most obstetric practices require a minimum of a dozen (and frequently more) in-person office visits. This taxing demand on soon-to-be new parents can be mitigated through the utilization of telehealth. Can the application of telehealth help women have healthier pregnancies, while maintaining a high quality of care without compromising positive outcomes and feelings of support?

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Topics: pregnancy, telehealth engagement

The Benefits of Video Conferencing with Telehealth Monitoring

Posted by Anne Carle, RN on Oct 23, 2018 6:00:00 AM

Anne Carle, RN, Telehealth Clinical Coordinator at Cornerstone VNA, shares how video conferencing helps shape the way she cares for her patients. Anne discusses how video conferencing can prevent re-hospitalizations and even save lives. She also explains how video conferencing can improve healthcare efficiency and enhance a patient's quality of life. 


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The Efficacy of Telehealth for Heart Failure Management

Posted by Lily Mercer on Oct 17, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Telehealth presents numerous benefits to patients living with heart failure. As technology develops, an increasing number of clinicians will utilize telehealth to improve patient outcomes and reduce hospital admissions. A recent randomized control trial took a deep dive into the efficacy of telehealth with the heart failure patient population. The study concluded that remote monitoring interventions can reduce length of hospital stay and decrease mortality related to heart failure.

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Topics: heart failure, disease management, population health, global telehealth

A Telehealth Approach in the Fight Against Alzheimer's Disease

Posted by Elena Muller on Oct 11, 2018 5:03:28 PM

In the United States today, there are more than 5.5 million people living with Alzheimer's and other dementia, and the number is continually growing. As the baby boomer generation ages, the incidence of Alzheimer's disease (AD) will increase, not only affecting the lives of those living with the disease, but also the lives of caregivers and the healthcare system as a whole. Telehealth has great potential to improve the standard of care for patients living with Alzheimer's disease. 

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Topics: clinician engagement, telemedicine, telehealth, caregiver

A Comparison of Telemedicine vs. Usual Care for Diabetes Management

Posted by Lily Mercer on Sep 24, 2018 8:00:00 PM

Telemedicine has the potential to improve care for patients with diabetes and significantly reduce healthcare costs. Telehealth programs increase access to healthcare and provide solutions to many healthcare inefficiencies that negatively impact patients with diabetes. A recent meta-analysis sought to prove this very point by comparing telemedicine to usual care among patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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Topics: diabetes, disease management

Telemonitoring For Heart Failure Patients After Home Care Discharge

Posted by Lily Mercer on Sep 10, 2018 5:00:00 AM

The benefits of telehealth among patients with heart failure have been proven in the literature. Much of the research in this space focuses on using telehealth during episodes of home care. However, patients with heart failure can continue to benefit from remote monitoring after discharge from home care. A recent randomized controlled trial sought to confirm this hypothesis by exploring the efficacy of home telemonitoring with heart failure patients after the completion of home care.

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Topics: video conferencing, disease management, heart failure

Healthcare Disparities and the World

Posted by Ianna Arthur on Aug 21, 2018 9:48:04 AM

We live in a world that has wide healthcare disparities that negatively impact individuals in certain places around the globe. Shortages of doctors, healthcare supplies, medications, and healthcare facilities cause people in disadvantaged areas to suffer from preventable and/or treatable ailments. Humanitarian aid organizations work tirelessly to close the health disparity gap, and telemedicine provides a promising way to do it.

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Topics: unique telehealth programs, telehealth model, global telehealth

Inc. Magazine Ranks HRS #272 Fastest Growing Company in America

Posted by Lily Mercer on Aug 15, 2018 9:14:22 AM

Health Recovery Solutions has been ranked #272 on the Inc. 5000 List of America's fastest growing companies. Jarrett Bauer, CEO and co-founder of HRS, was also featured in Inc. Magazine's special Inc. 500 issue. Jarrett's path to success is an inspiring story of overcoming adversity. His extraordinary journey highlights the powerful influence of family in helping him reach his greatest potential. Continue reading below for more of Jarrett's story.

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