Future of Care is Virtual with in-person as needed
How Americans Feel About Telehealth: One Year Later | SYKES
Have telehealth perspectives & experiences changed a year into the COVID-19 pandemic? We asked 2,000 adults in March 2020 & 2021 to find out.
Teleneurology is neurology
Telemedicine as a mode of delivery for clinical neurology has been established as a standard model in stroke systems of care for >10 years1,2 When considering the use of technology to increase access to care, stroke is the perfect paradigm in the acute setting, allowing us to bring the doctor to the patient for rapid evaluation and treatment decisions.
"The Future of care delivery will be primarily online & Strategically in-person" - @scottshreeve
Technological Advancement will overcome current limitations
“There were some myths of what telemedicine could do … and providers and patients were surprised by how effective the clinical visit could be [in a virtual setting]." - Kenric Maynor, MD, chair of Medicine Institute, Geisinger Health System
Comparison of smartphone ophthalmoscopy vs conventional direct ophthalmoscopy as a teaching tool for medical students: the COSMOS study
Keywords: smartphone ophthalmoscopy, direct ophthalmoscopy, medical student education Nonophthalmologist physicians often treat patients experiencing visual symptoms in primary care settings and emergency departments., Indeed, it has been estimated that 1.5% of all emergency room (ER) visits have an eye complaint as a principal diagnosis.