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Apple Watch, Fitbit May Help Spot Emerging Coronavirus Outbreaks
In cases of Covid-19, changes to heart rate and other biometrics often appear before other noticeable symptoms, such as fever. Wearable devices, such as the Oura® ring that Kimberly Noel, MD, MPH, Director of Stony Brook Telehealth, is leading a study on at Stony Brook University, share biometric data collected through sensors that touch the skin and could act as critical early warning systems during the asymptomatic phase of Covid-19.
It's gone 'shockingly well': America's hospitals have embraced remote technology amid COVID-19
Gerald Kelly, MD, Interim Chief Information Officer at Stony Brook Medicine, is among healthcare system technology leaders from around the country who were interviewed by Yahoo!Finance's technology editor. Dr. Kelly, who is also a family physician, explains how Stony Brook used Apple's iPads® and Microsoft Teams® to ensure that patients with chronic conditions can continue to see their regular healthcare providers during COVID-19.
Stony Brook Medicine Shifts Telehealth Into High Gear
Explains how while Stony Brook Medicine had several telehealth initiatives already up and running long before COVID-19, the 'Herculean telehealth efforts' put forth since the pandemic struck, and the team behind those efforts, are worth noting.
Bloomberg: Prognosis Daily/Coronavirus: These Gadgets Know You're Sick Before You Do
Kimberly Noel, MD, MPH, Director of Stony Brook Telehealth, is interviewed (beginning at 9:44 mark) about the Oura® ring study she is leading at Stony Brook. Data from wearables such as the Oura ring, could potentially be valuable in determining who is at risk for coronavirus and provide a red flag early enough to act upon it, while also helping people make better decisions in their daily lives.
Newsday: Life Under Coronavirus: Future of Medicine — Episode 9
Kristie Golden, PhD, LMC, CRC, Executive Administrator/Associate Director of Operations at Stony Brook Medicine, discusses telehealth measures meant to better serve and protect patients and healthcare workers at Stony Brook University Hospital, and ways the hospital is trying to keep up the spirits of employees on the front lines.
Beyond the Expected: The Coronavirus Effect: Recovered
In this segment, Kimberly Noel, MD, MPH, Director of Stony Brook Telehealth, shares her personal and professional insights on what it was like to contract COVID-19. Now fully recovered and symptom free, Dr. Noel recalls how she was diagnosed just as many of her telehealth initiatives were taking off and explains why telehealth is so critical today in the midst of the crisis. Also featuring another COVID-19 survivor, James Vosswinkel, MD, and infectious disease expert, Susan Donelan, MD, both also from Stony Brook Medicine.
Beyond the Expected: The Coronavirus Effect: Telehealth Response
This segment focuses on what Stony Brook is doing to lead the charge in supporting patients, faculty, staff, students and even healthcare providers with virtual services. Featuring Cathrine Duffy, Kristie Golden, PhD, LMHC, CRC, and Adam Gonzalez, PhD.
Areas of Promise, with Seven Health Care Thought Leaders
Featuring Kimberly Noel, MD, MPH, on inclusive innovation and how digital health can address social determinants of health.
Preventing Readmissions and Improving Patient Outcomes with Telehealth and Other Digital Tools
Kimberly Noel, MD, MPH, discusses how telehealth and other digital tools can close gaps and help patients do what they need to do to stay out of the hospital.
MULTIPLE MEDIA OUTLETS
Thursday & Friday, July 23 - 24
Health IMPACT Summer Forum: "From Resilience to Radical Change"
Virtual Conference in partnership with Google
Join prominent leaders in digital health to learn how to rebuild a better, stronger and more equitable healthcare system. Stony Brook Telehealth Director and Deputy Chief Medical Information Officer, Kimberly Noel, MD, MPH, is a panelist for the "Innovating with Virtual Medicine to Reach Patients Where They Are" session on Friday. The event is free to hospitals, health plans and pharma executives. For more information, an agenda, full roster of speakers, and to register, click here.