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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

Using Telehealth for Digestive Diseases

Posted by Lily Mercer on May 16, 2018 5:00:00 AM

Telehealth solutions are commonly used to manage chronic diseases like diabetes, congestive heart failure, asthma, hypertension, and COPD, yet research on using telehealth for digestive diseases is lacking.

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Topics: medication adherence, disease management, telehealth, remote patient monitoring, telehealth model, digestive disease, patient satisfaction

How Centralized Telehealth Increases Telehealth Utilization

Posted by Lily Mercer on Apr 9, 2018 12:00:00 PM

While the benefits of telehealth are well documented, best practices for telehealth have yet to be formally established. Telehealth users are often searching for best practices that will allow them to use telehealth to its fullest potential.

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Topics: disease management, telehealth, communication, video conferencing, telehealth engagement, clinician engagement, telehealth model