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.
npj Digital Medicine
Inclusive Innovation in Telehealth
Kimberly Noel, Brooke Ellison
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