Government-granted flexibilities allowed providers to rapidly transform how care has been delivered during the pandemic, but the reinstatement of telemedicine regulations has begun to alter patient care.
Cardiologist Seth Martin discusses the implementation of mobile health technology for cardiac rehabilitation patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Telemedicine encourages greater collaboration and ultimately contributes to a higher level of multidisciplinary care for the patient.
The Johns Hopkins Health System has greatly expanded its telemedicine capabilities in order to protect patients and staff members from the new coronavirus.
A new telemedicine program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is making life easier for patients with serious, persistent mental health issues, their families and their clinicians.
A federally funded study by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers shows that wearable accelerometers are a more reliable measure of physical activity and better than patient surveys and other methods used by physicians at assessing five-year ...
Learn about the health system’s strategy regarding use of telemedicine, big data and other technologies to improve patient access and care.
Real-time data and prompts improve compliance and hasten intervention when needed.
Psychiatrists with the Johns Hopkins Child Mobile Treatment Program can now use iPads to see and assess patients.
To address the demand for 24/7 monitoring of patients in the hospital, three Johns Hopkins hospitals adopted remote video monitoring technology to create the TeleSitter program.
The compact reduces the time and paperwork required for doctors with no disciplinary actions toward their licenses to get approval to practice in other states.
Johns Hopkins Telemedicine allows patients to easily access health care and be treated remotely by a Johns Hopkins specialist using everyday technologies, such as a computer or tablet.