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Georgia Partnership Uses Telemedicine to Significantly Decrease Preterm Labor Birth Rate in High Risk Areas

Georgia Partnership Uses Telemedicine to Significantly Decrease Preterm Labor Birth Rate in High Risk Areas | Trends in Retail Health Clinics  and telemedicine | Scoop.it

Following the launch of the first-of-its-kind partnership between group prenatal care and maternal-fetal telemedicine, the percentage of pre-term deliveries and low birth-weight babies continues to be well below baseline rates in target populations.


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Pediatric Telemedicine Services Across Georgia

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The expertise of Children's pediatric specialists is now available to patients and healthcare providers through telemedicine. An easy-to-use service, telemedicine offers patients and providers remote consultations, evaluations and training using live video. - Children


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72% of Consumers Are Willing To See A Doctor Via Telehealth Video Conferencing

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72% of consumers across the eight countries are willing to see a doctor via telehealth video conferencing for non-urgent appointments, according to Intel survey.

 

The study, “Intel Healthcare Innovation Barometer” was conducted across eight countries by Penn Schoen Berland in Brazil, China, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan and the United States from July 28 to Aug. 15, 2013 among a representative sample of 12,000 adults ages 18 and older.

 The findings concludes that most people are optimistic about technology innovations advancing healthcare, are open to sharing healthcare information for the greater good and receptive to using sensors for personalized care.
As the technology of remote patient monitoring solutions and mobile health applications improve, consumers now have the ability to connect with their providers in a variety of ways to embrace new behaviors

Other key findings of the Intel Healthcare Innovation Barometer include:

 

Improving Personal Care and Self-Monitoring with Technology

Sixty-six percent of people say they would prefer a personalized healthcare regimen designed specifically for them based on their genetic profile or biology.Fifty-three percent of people say they would trust a test they personally administered as much or more than if performed by a doctor. 

Sharing Anonymous Digital Health Records for the Common Good

People are more willing to anonymously share their health records or genetic information than their banking information or phone records.More than three-quarters (76 percent) of respondents over the age of 55 would be willing to anonymously share results of lab tests or health monitoring to contribute to research databases compared with 64 percent of millennials.India is the country most willing to share healthcare information to aid innovation. 

Emerging Technology Tools for Increased In-Home Health Management

Half of those surveyed would trust a diagnosis delivered via video conference from their doctor.Seventy-two percent are receptive to communication technologies that allow them to remotely connect to their doctor.The innovation least likely to be incorporated by the global population is a robot performing surgery.Almost half of respondents (43 percent) globally would trust themselves to monitor their own blood pressure and other basic vitals.

more at http://www.hitconsultant.net/2013/12/11/72-of-consumers-are-willing-to-see-a-doctor-via-telehealth-video-conferencing/


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Donovan Baldwin's curator insight, December 17, 2013 8:16 AM

We have seen this in sci-fi for years, and now it's coming true. Are you in? Would this be something YOU would go along with?

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Telemedicine Considerations

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“The medical board of the state of Oklahoma recently sanctioned a physician for using Skype to conduct patient visits.This situation brings up several challenges of telehealth — that is, using technology to care for patients ...”

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Rolling out telemedicine and assisted living solutions in the Region ...

Rolling out telemedicine and assisted living solutions in the Region ... | Trends in Retail Health Clinics  and telemedicine | Scoop.it

“The Region of Southern Denmark (RSD) has a vision of Health for all, where all citizens should have equal access to healthcare and be supported to live longer, healthier, and more independent. Consequently, the Region ...”

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Introduction to Telemedicine

Introductory lecture for telemedicine overview.

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Good sumary

 

Telemedicine is the vehicle that permits delivering of health care services

 

Content over telemediine determines quality of health care service

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Unique Teleheath Primary Care Clinic

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Unique Teleheath Primary Care Clinic in Campton gets visit from Rep. Andy Barr
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U.S. Rep. Andy Barr recently toured Saint Joseph Telehealth Primary Care Clinic-Campton, part of KentuckyOne Health.
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Clearly retail health is a subset of telehealth. Good example of telehealth.

 

Staffed by nurse practitioners, nurses and office coordinators, the clinics use telehealth technology to collaborate with physicians and specialists. The technology not only provides additional access to specialty care, but also minimizes the need to travel to see a specialist therefore reducing the costs of care.

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TeleServices for Better Health; Expanding the Horizon of Patient Engagement


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The trend in retail health care needs to be considered in the big picture of teleservices which is outlined here

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Rowan Norrie's curator insight, July 3, 2013 4:51 AM

Excellent whitepaper on teleservices, discussing the differences with telecare, telehealth, telecoaching and telemedicine.

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Next Generation Telemedicine in Georgia: Tift Regional Health System Spotlight

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The goal of the Next Generation Telemedicine Webinars is to foster higher acceptance among health care providers through presentations from practitioners who have proven that telemedicine is useful by successfully integrating clinical telemedicine services into their practices.

Each presentation will include the personal experience and pathway taken to telemedicine adoption as well as the hurdles and challenges associated with implementation. Patient cases and outcomes will be presented along with lessons learned along the way. Presenters will include both rural and urban providers of telehealth services.


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“History of Telemedicine"

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Atlas_of_Telemedicine_History.pdf (15,853,568kb)

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rob halkes's curator insight, April 7, 1:07 PM

Atlas of Telemedicine !!

"Need I say more, you modernistics... "
You thought you were first ..huh.. ?    ;-)


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Stanford Hospital Uses Telemedicine: Steps to the Future of Hospitals

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“ Video consultation with doctors is becoming a routine part of the care offered by the Stanford Hospital & Clinics. The technology behind it is not a real innovation, it was already introduced on the island of Hawaii in 2008, but it’s good to see...”

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Video consultation with doctors is becoming a routine part of the care offered by the Stanford Hospital & Clinics. The technology behind it is not a real innovation, it was already introduced on the island of Hawaii in 2008, but it’s good to see such a prestigious hospital joining the world of telemedicine.

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mHealth Markets Related to Telehealth Expected to Reach $1.5T by 2019

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mHealth markets related to telemedicine is currently valued at $1.4 billion and is anticipated to reach $1.5 trillion by 2019, according to new report.

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eMedToday's curator insight, September 26, 2013 9:33 PM

Key forces driving the telehealth and mhealth convergence trend include:

Rising healthcare costs due to baby boomer population, chronic diseases, etc.More than 7 billion smart phones globally and half that many connected tablet devices all over the worldConsumer tablet computers becoming ubiquitous and inexpensiveTelemedicine is becoming a fee for services much as a cell phone.Increasing role of telemedicine and mhealth in home healthcare deliveryAvailability of home telemonitoring programs that utilize effective monitors support patient education and timely clinician intervention based on real vital signs data gathered on a daily basis.Rising EHR adoption rates due to meaningful use incentivesGovernment and local authorities recognizing the potential of telehealth technology as a tool for delivering health and social care services.
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Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence Market

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“NEW YORK, Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence Market.”

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Telemedicine: Risks and Rewards

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Good overview of telemedicine

 

2 facts

 

1. 56% of people like remote care

2. 60% cost saving with providers treating common illness over the interent

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Could The Future Of Health Care Mean No Waits In Hospitals?

Could The Future Of Health Care Mean No Waits In Hospitals? | Trends in Retail Health Clinics  and telemedicine | Scoop.it

As medical treatment is impacted by technology, consumerization, and the mobile revolution, we may see a world where your doctor already knows why you’re sick and can treat you over the phone--leaving the hospitals for the true emergencies.

 

Editor’s Note: This post is part of Co.Exist’s Futurist Forum, a series of articles by some of the world’s leading futurists about what the world will look like in the near and distant future, and how you can improve how you navigate future scenarios...


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There is massive away from the hospital to the home and treatment outside the hospital like retail health clinics

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ET Russell's curator insight, August 2, 2013 3:03 AM

Dr. Nick van Terheyden, is CMIO at Nuance offers his thoughts on the hospital of the future and the top three transformations that will drive the next generation of patient-centric care.

1- Technology that works for physicians vs against them.

2. The consumerisation of health care

3. Fewer patients waiting in the hospital

 

Includes reference to sense.ly [An avatar-based telehealth platform that enables continuity of care for chronic diseases, leading to improved patient outcomes and reduced costs.]

 
eMedToday's curator insight, August 2, 2013 9:06 PM

Key point

 

Part of this movement to shift responsibility to the patient means hospitals, which have for years measured financial success based on the number of filled beds, will have to adjust to a new health care system that values empty beds and healthier patients.