How nurses play an important role in implementing successful telemedicine programs
Nurses are on the front lines of healthcare, including when it comes to technology. As telemedicine systems are being implemented throughout the country, nurses undoubtedly are influential in the success of these programs while handling several different roles beyond patient care, from managing equipment to creating effective training protocols.
How telemedicine reduces stress for in-person providers
Practicing medicine has never been known as a stress-free profession, which is one reason we are facing a physician shortage across the country. However, telemedicine is lessening some of the burdens that come with in-person care, like optimizing schedules, delivering faster patient visits, addressing coverage gaps, and providing support for healthcare workers.
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Four ways teleneurology is relieving the strain on emergency departments
The CDC reports that, on average, around 136 million people come into emergency departments (ED) every year in the US. Stroke and transient ischemic attacks account for a combined 6.4 million visits, 3.5 million come in for severe and sudden headaches, and almost 2 million visit due to traumatic brain injuries.
Migraine sufferers find telemedicine provides convenient and comfortable care
For the 39 million Americans that report having migraines, prompt diagnosis and treatment are crucial. Migraines are not just bad headaches. They are a disabling neurological disease with various symptoms beyond moderate or severe head pain, including pain that increases with physical activity, sensitivity to light and noise, and even nausea.