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Telemedicine: A cure for physician burnout?

Original article posted on KevinMD.com At the end of my daughter’s first week of preschool, she came home with a burning question: “Mom, my friend at school says that she has two days in a row when she and her mommy and daddy are all home at the same time. They call it a weekend. […]

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ATA President’s Award Winners: Pushing the needle in telehealth

Originally published on MedCity News One is a father who knew there had to be a way to remotely diagnose his daughter’s chronic ear infections. Another is a metropolitan healthcare system expanding its reach through virtual care. There are telehealth advocates working to promote the field across the country, and a team of experts spreading […]

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Why I Switched to Telehealth Q&A with Dr. Stephen Matta

Dr. Stephen Matta began his medical journey in 2010 when he started his family medicine residency. An avid sports fan, Dr. Matta then decided to pursue a sports medicine fellowship, and eventually ended up working in an urgent care setting. One day while Dr. Matta was working, the patient he was treating mentioned that she […]

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50M Americans would switch their PCP to a doctor who offers telehealth Findings from American Well’s Telehealth Index: 2017 Consumer Survey

American Well has published a new eBook – the latest in our Telehealth Index Series. We ran a nationally projectable survey with Harris Poll in late 2016 to measure the latest in consumers’ perceptions and experience with telemedicine. The survey, which surveyed over 4,000  individuals, took a close look at consumers’ outlook on telehealth and […]

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