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Telemedicine is the use of medical information exchanged from one site to another via electronic communications to improve a patient's health. Electronic communication means the use of interactive telecommunications equipment that includes, at a minimum, audio and video equipment permitting two-way, real time interactive communication between the patient, and the physician or practitioner at the distant site. Telemedicine is viewed as a cost-effective alternative to the more traditional face-to-face way of providing medical care (e.g., face-to-face consultations or examinations between provider and patient).
Eliminating asthma triggers right at the source to create healthier homes

Eliminating asthma triggers right at the source to create healthier homes

AI coach feasible and useful for behavioral counseling of teens in weight-loss program

AI coach feasible and useful for behavioral counseling of teens in weight-loss program

Study asks patients’ input for improving hospital care

Study asks patients’ input for improving hospital care

Germ-zapping robot helps curb the spread of infectious diseases

Germ-zapping robot helps curb the spread of infectious diseases

Novel AI voice tool can help diagnose PTSD

Novel AI voice tool can help diagnose PTSD

Apple Heart Study: Wearable technology can safely identify atrial fibrillation

Apple Heart Study: Wearable technology can safely identify atrial fibrillation

Study examines value of telehealth in primary care

Study examines value of telehealth in primary care

OnMed launches first interactive telemedicine station

OnMed launches first interactive telemedicine station

Virtual support for managing stress works just as well as social support from a real person

Virtual support for managing stress works just as well as social support from a real person

New mobile skin bioprinting system to treat large wounds or burns

New mobile skin bioprinting system to treat large wounds or burns

Study shows use of 'the abortion pill' bounced back in Texas after FDA label change

Study shows use of 'the abortion pill' bounced back in Texas after FDA label change

Brain protein critical to recovery from stroke identified

Brain protein critical to recovery from stroke identified

Using smartphones to capture photographs of patients' eyes may lead to misdiagnosis

Using smartphones to capture photographs of patients' eyes may lead to misdiagnosis

New solutions needed to improve care and reduce cost of high-need, high-cost patients

New solutions needed to improve care and reduce cost of high-need, high-cost patients

New NSF funded study may help physicians decrease brain injury deaths

New NSF funded study may help physicians decrease brain injury deaths

Measures of biochemical hypoglycemia linked to high risk of severe hypoglycemic events

Measures of biochemical hypoglycemia linked to high risk of severe hypoglycemic events

Telemedicine may improve patient satisfaction with medical care, study suggests

Telemedicine may improve patient satisfaction with medical care, study suggests

Massachusetts stroke patient receives ‘outrageous’ $474,725 medical flight bill

Massachusetts stroke patient receives ‘outrageous’ $474,725 medical flight bill

Three studies examine readiness of U.S. emergency departments to care for children

Three studies examine readiness of U.S. emergency departments to care for children

SLU researcher aims to eliminate TB with focus on high-risk patients

SLU researcher aims to eliminate TB with focus on high-risk patients