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Mobile Telemedicine Clinics Treat Low-Income Children
by Sue Ter Maat The first of six planned mobile clinics equipped with Skype-like video screens to link dermatologists to disadvantaged children hit the road in Miami in July. In the coming months, Dallas, Detroit, New York, Phoenix and San Francisco will launch similar mobile telemedicine clinics. The effort is believed to be the largest to combine mobile clinics and...
Aug 14, 2013 12:45 PM ET
UM, Children’s Health Fund and Verizon Foundation Transform Pediatric Mobile Care
When Hurricane Andrew ravaged south Miami-Dade County in 1992, the University of Miami’s medical school and the national Children’s Health Fund teamed up to bring mobile healthcare to children living amid the ruins. Now, thanks to a new partnership with the Verizon Foundation that promises to transform pediatric healthcare in underserved areas, their “doctor’...
Aug 7, 2013 3:45 PM ET
Telemedicine: Protecting Patient Privacy
Mobile clinics using telemedicine to deliver care to children face the same security challenges as those facing other healthcare delivery settings, says Jeb Weisman, CIO of the Children's Health Fund. The non-profit provider of pediatric health services to...
Jul 30, 2013 3:45 PM ET
Miami’s First Telemedicine-Enabled Mobile Medical Clinic to Make a Difference for Underserved Local Children
MIAMI, July 25, 2013 /3BL Media/ – About 15,000 children and family members across the country in need of healthcare will benefit from an innovative partnership under which 15 of the Children’s Health Fund’s mobile medical clinics will be equipped with the latest health information technology from the Verizon Foundation. The partnership’s national initiative launches in Miami on...
Jul 25, 2013 11:00 AM ET
New Data From Partners Center For Connected Health Demonstrates Wireless Mobile Technology Improves Patient Engagement, Outcomes
BOSTON, July 9, 2013 /3BL Media/ -- A recent study conducted by the Center for Connected Health demonstrated that wireless mobile technologies can positively impact patient engagement, clinical outcomes and operational workflow in remote monitoring programs. Patients using wireless mobile devices to collect and transmit their data to the Center's secure database more frequently measured their...
Jul 9, 2013 10:00 AM ET