All patients reported overall satisfaction with video visits and most reported being interested in continuing use of video visits as an alternative to in-person visits.
Electronic consultation between PCPs and specialists can resolve cases faster than if a patient followed up with a specialist themselves.
Strengthening patient-provider communication can improve diabetes outcomes.
Doctors need to invest in appropriate equipment, consider operation issues, legal issues.
Most patients undergoing ambulatory surgery accepted and were highly satisfied with telehealth.
Transitioning telemedicine systems from resource limited settings to widespread use could improve health outcomes in patients with chronic conditions.
Primary care clinicians who participated in a telemedicine training program - the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) model - managed hepatitis C virus infections just as effectively as specialty clinicians.