Explore the latest in health care delivery models, including innovations in primary and urgent care, medical home models, and telemedicine.
This survey study of Medicare beneficiaries evaluates patient characteristics associated with practices and clinicians offering telephone visits only and patients receiving telephone visits only, when both telephone and video were available.
This economic evaluation uses data from a randomized clinical trial to assess the cost-effectiveness of a mailed human papillomavirus self-sampling kit for increasing screening uptake among underscreened women enrolled in an integrated private US health care system.
This randomized clinical trial uses a waitlist design to assess the effects of a pediatric complex care program on the experiences of children with medical complexity and their parents or caregivers.
This Viewpoint discusses the potential benefits of the rural emergency hospital model, which exclusively provides outpatient and emergency services, in rural communities faced with possible hospital closures, as well as safeguards to monitor and minimize unintended consequences.
This quality improvement study assesses whether patient use of an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm was associated with improved photo quality of skin lesion images taken by patients for telemedical use.
This cohort study examines rural-urban differences in telemedicine use for primary care and for mental health integration services among Veterans Affairs (VA) beneficiaries before and after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Viewpoint examines the current state of telelactation and its role in digital equity.
This survey study uses a nationally representative population to determine consumers’ perception of the relative importance of specific privacy protections, including consent, data transparency, regulatory oversight, and ability to delete previously collected personal data in various uses of digital health data.
This case report describes remote video-based diagnosis and management of triple posttraumatic benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
This randomized clinical trial investigates the effects of an internet-delivered parent-child interaction therapy for children aged 3 years with developmental delay.
This cohort study conducted at a US academic hospital compares clinical outcomes and follow-up hospitalization of patients receiving bariatric surgery utilizing telemedicine for preoperative care with an in-person control group.
This nonrandomized controlled trial assesses the concordance between measurements from a telemedicine physical examination using a mobile medical device and measurements from a conventional in-person physical examination among pediatric patients.
This cross-sectional study of patients with cancer treated by a comprehensive cancer center in Florida estimates the reductions carbon emissions associated with increased use of telemedicine visits.
This study evaluates the adoption of clinician billing for patient portal messages as e-visits, prompted by significant increases in patient messaging after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This cohort study assesses the level of telehealth implementation and its outcomes among office-based clinicians who provide outpatient opioid use disorder care.
This economic evaluation estimates the indirect cost savings of using telehealth among nonelderly patients with cancer.
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