Research is key to realizing the full potential of telehealth as a technology to help improve the quality, convenience and efficiency of how care is provided. It’s all part of a positive patient experience on an individual level, at a health systems level and across various populations.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED, CITED, PRESENTED
New York Perinatal Society 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting
"Satisfaction with Obstetrics and Gynecology Telemedicine Services During COVID-19 Pandemic"
Poster: "Satisfacton with Obstetrics and Gynecology Telemedicine Services During COVID-19 Pandemic"
Kohli HK, Heiselman C, Heiligenstein M, Fuchs A, Garretto D, Herrera K
Clinical Social Work Journal
"Meeting the Practice Challenges of COVID-19: MSW Students' Perceptions of E-Therapy and the Therapeutic Alliance"
Melissa J. Earle, Paul P. Freddolino
Journal of Graduate Medical Education
Expanding Telehealth Competencies in Primary Care: A Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Simulation to Train Internal Medicine Residents in Complex Patient Care
Rachel Wong, MD, MBA, MPH, et. al.
Annals of Surgery
The Impact of Telemedicine Adoption on a Multidisciplinary Bariatric Surgery Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Aurora D. Pryor, MD, MBA, et. al.
Procedure for conducting telehealth research studies
If interested in conducting research, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Andria Adler (SOM), Office of Clinical Award Administration