Marcin, James P

When Will Telemedicine Appear in the ICU?

Publication Date: 
Jan 01, 0000

As our population ages and the demand for high-level intensive care unit (ICU) services increase, the ICU physician supply continues to lag.

Impact of a University-Based Outpatient Telemedicine Program on Time Savings, Travel Costs, and Environmental Pollutants.

Publication Date: 
Apr 14, 2017

OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to estimate travel-related and environmental savings resulting from the use of telemedicine for outpatient specialty consultations with a university telemedicine program.

Reducing Loss to Follow-Up with Tele-audiology Diagnostic Evaluations.

Publication Date: 
Nov 06, 2015

BACKGROUND: Infants who do not pass their newborn hearing screen require diagnostic follow-up visits but often face access barriers such as travel distance and shortage of pediatric audiologists.

Economic Evaluation of Telemedicine for Patients in ICUs.

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Jan 16, 2016

OBJECTIVE: Despite telemedicine's potential to improve patients' health outcomes and reduce costs in the ICU, hospitals have been slow to introduce telemedicine in the ICU due to high up-front costs and mixed evidence on effectiveness.

Addressing health disparities in rural communities using telehealth.

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Feb 04, 2016

The regionalization of pediatric services has resulted in differential access to care, sometimes creating barriers to those living in underserved, rural communities. These disparities in access contribute to inferior healthcare outcomes among infants and children.

Pediatric Critical Care Telemedicine Program: A Single Institution Review.

Publication Date: 
Jan 14, 2016

BACKGROUND: Rural and community emergency departments (EDs) often receive and treat critically ill children despite limited access to pediatric expertise.

The Use of Telemedicine to Address Access and Physician Workforce Shortages.

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Jul 03, 2015

The use of telemedicine technologies by primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists, and pediatric surgical specialists (henceforth referred to as "pediatric physicians") has the potential to transform the practice of pediatrics.

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