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Telemedicine Firm Recruiting Talented Leadership for Expansion Plans PRLog (Press Release) – Apr. 15, 2013 – SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — SOUTHFIELD, MI — GetMedCallAssist™, the only telemedicine service that accepts emergency and non-emergency calls without members having to schedule an appointment … Continue reading
The benefit of telemedicine to stay in better touch with your doctor is a stark contrast to what many doctors and health care systems have been doing in recent years, holding appointments with groups of patients, sometimes up to a … Continue reading
They call it the golden hour: that first sixty minutes after a patient begins to experience stroke is the critical window for providing care that can minimize long-term disabilities or prevent a stroke death. But immediate access to high-quality emergency … Continue reading
Between now and 2017 the mobile healthcare services market will start ramping up into a commercial phase, expected to reach $26 billion worldwide as smartphone apps enable the mHealth industry to monetize these services, according to an announcement about a new … Continue reading
UC San Diego Telemedicine partners with Tri-City Medical Center NICU A new telemedicine program connecting neonatal specialists from UCSD Medical Center and Tri-City Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) will allow experts to collaborate, diagnose and treat some of … Continue reading
People suffering from depression can be treated over their telephone, a recent study shows. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine offered 18 weeks of cognitive behavioral therapy, a kind of talk therapy, to more than 300 patients with major depression. … Continue reading