For patient's with Parkinson's disease, virtual house calls from neurologists may be of interest.
Telemedicine offers a convenient alternative for nonacute headache patients, researchers say.
There are overwhelming concerns about reimbursement.
Patients in both groups were satisfied with their care.
The mobile unit allows for significantly shorter times to treatment with IV-tPA.
Providers should make sure that they hold the proper license and liability insurance to reduce risk.
A strong physician-patient relationship needs to be established in order to practice responsible telemedicine.
More than one-third of doctors recommended mobile health apps to their patients in past year.
A multidisciplinary team of providers come together to address epilepsy cases of patients with limited access to care.
The role of teleneurology can grow far beyond critical stroke care, but only if medical liabilities and insurance steps out of the way.
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