Advances in Provider to Patient Telemedicine

Posted On 2019-05-31 21:36:07

This focused issue is guest edited by Dr. Richard Boxer from David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, USA and Dr. Chad Ellimoottil from University of Michigan, USA.

In this issue, several research groups outline the advantages of telemedicine for multiple specialties. The authors explore the various reasons for telemedicine utilization and offer suggestions to increase the delivery of high-quality telemedicine services.

Advantages and utilization of telemedicine
 Richard J. Boxe

Original Article  
Evaluating the patient experience with urological video visits at an academic medical cente
Steven Thelen-Perry, Rohan Ved, Chad Ellimoottil
Assessing the feasibility of a chatbot after ureteroscopy
Steven B. Goldenthal, David Portney, Emma Steppe, Khurshid Ghani, Chad Ellimoottil

Review Article  
Telemedicine and prostate cancer survivorship: anarrative review
 Nnenaya Q. Agochukwu, Ted A. Skolarus, Daniela Wittman

The role of telemedicine in postoperativecare

Aaron M. Williams, Umar F. Bhatti, Hasan B. Alam, Vahagn C. Nikolia

Letter to the Editor
Telemedicine utilization by providers in accountable careorganizations
Parth K. Modi, Samuel R. Kaufman, David S. Portney, Andrew M. Ryan, Brent K. Hollenbeck, Chad Ellimootti

The series “Advances in Provider to Patient Telemedicine” was commissioned by the editorial office, mHealth without any sponsorship or funding. Richard Boxer and Chad Ellimoottil served as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.