Telemedicine use has increased significantly since COVID-19 began and while not new to all patients and providers, can pose unique challenges to care for older adults.
A recent survey conducted by Doximity found that US physician and patient adoption of telemedicine is quickly rising amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Patients with obesity who utilized telemedicine services during quarantine achieved an average 2 kg weight loss, according to new research presented at the ObesityWeek®2020 virtual meeting.
A new study found adults with high blood pressure were about half as likely to have serious cardiovascular events after receiving telemonitoring vs those receiving primary care.
The novel AI tool can help frontline health care workers quickly distinguish between COVID-19 pneumonia and non-COVID-19 as they deal with the rising number of patients.
Headspace, Calm, and 3 more apps that COVID-19 frontline healthcare workers can use to de-stress and improve overall wellbeing.
An app for answering common breastfeeding questions, another to aide in interpreting bilirubin trends in newborns, and 3 more top neonatal care apps.
The NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Review app, a flashcard app from the American College of Physicians, and 3 more apps that can help busy physicians ace any board exam.
A first aid guide for caregivers, an app that allows patients to track epilepsy trends, and 3 more top epilepsy and seizure apps for primary care.
A mobile compendium of hepatology assessment tools, an app to help select the right treatment regimen, and 3 more liver apps for primary care.