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New Effective Telehealth Research Applications Published in Open Access Journal

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The peer reviewed international journal Telehealth and Medicine Today (THMT) has published a new issue including research focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning, hospitals and digital health in Latin America, predictive modeling, tele-eICU, teledermoscopy, circular economies in health, predictions, and bonus metaverse in healthcare podcast, featuring Google Health and others.

The 100% open access peer reviewed journal brings practical and innovative research to the forefront of care from around the world, building a repository of knowledge, case use, and scaled market implementations for this newly energized market.

Click a link below to learn what recent developments and insights present in the exciting field of digital health and medicine today.

Penetration of Telemedicine and Telehealth in Latin American Hospitals
Gauge where the market stands in relation to its implementation by hospitals, challenges of implementation, and how the shortage of physicians and care in remote areas are being addressed.

Predictive Models to Optimize Resources in Tele Critical Care in Distributed Hospital Networks,
This study utilizes the Philips eICU system and its Collaborative Research Database (eICU-CRD), to evaluate intensive care operations in the electronic ICU setting, with the objective of analyzing where and how system engineering techniques can be potentially applied to enhance the effectiveness of such environments.

Telehealth’s Role Enabling Sustainable Innovation and Circular Economies in Health
Machine learning and artificial intelligence have the potential to enable circular economies for digital and health innovation. Alignment of industry standards, adjustments to regulatory policies, and embracing new governance models for telehealth-based innovation are essential for this new approach for health innovation scaling, clinical adoption, and social innovation.

Teledermoscopy – An Emerging Technology for Skin Cancer Detection
With lengthening waiting periods for skin cancer screening examinations, there is a distinct need for alternatives to in-person evaluation. Delayed diagnosis is associated with poorer outcomes, especially in melanoma. Teledermatology has the potential to prevent the increased morbidity and mortality associated with late-stage diagnosis, especially when utilized with dermoscopy.

Telehealth in Medicine: Predictions 2023–2024
There are three goals for telehealth: raise access to healthcare for our most vulnerable patients, achieve reimbursement parity that will encourage greater use of telemedicine, and effectively apply telemedicine to healthcare. See where authors land for the sector’s greatest impact in 2023.

Bonus Podcast
Metaverse Challenges & Opportunities in Healthcare
Is technology improving patient outcomes? Can the metaverse be a tool to improve patient experience and engagement? What about access and underserved communities? Multidisciplinary perspectives are shared from big tech, academia, and a metaverse company to gauge how technologies are impacting community health, global health, policy, and higher education.

The THMT journal is published quarterly. To submit an original research manuscript for consideration, click here.

Telehealth and Medicine Today (THMT) is published by Partners in Digital Health. The journal examines the value of telehealth and clinical automation, computational health science, its use and scalable developments, business process guidance, immersive patient experiences, market research, and the economic impact of digital health innovations advancing value based care across the care continuum. Original research articles and reviews feature perspectives from multiple disciplines including medicine, technology, policy, economic, education and social impact disciplines. Authors are encouraged to submit outcomes data to demonstrate real world cost efficiencies to enhance affordable, accessible, quality care through virtual and digital treatment modalities.

Call for Manuscripts here.
Submission Portal here.
ConV2X Meeting Proceedings here.
Research Article Compendium here.

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