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Current use of telehealth in urology: a review.

Applications of telehealth have been growing in popularity. However, there is little information on how telehealth is being used in Urology. In this review, we examine current applications of telehealth in urological practices as well as barriers to implementation.


Opportunities and Challenges of Telehealth in Remote Communities: Case Study of the Yukon Telehealth System.

Telehealth has been shown to improve access to health care and to reduce costs to the patient and health care system, especially for patients living in rural settings. However, unique challenges arise when implementing telehealth in remote communities.

Artificial Intelligence for Clinical Trial Design.

Clinical trials consume the latter half of the 10 to 15 year, 1.5-2.0 billion USD, development cycle for bringing a single new drug to market. Hence, a failed trial sinks not only the investment into the trial itself but also the preclinical development costs, rendering the loss per failed clinical trial at 800 million to 1.4 billion USD. Suboptimal patient cohort selection and recruiting techniques, paired with the inability to monitor patients effectively during trials, are two of the main causes for high...


Economic burden for Alzheimer's disease in China from 2010 to 2050: a modelling study.

: We aimed to conduct a modelling study to estimate and predict the economic burden of AD to support the healthcare management of AD in China. : The economic burden of AD was estimated with an evaluation of the prevalence of AD patients and a simulation of annual resource use and cost per AD patient in China using a published model. Percentage of AD patients being treated was assumed to be 5% from 2010 to 2050, with three scenarios testing the value of this parameter of 10%, 20% and 40% throughout 2020 to 2...

Enhancing the nurse practitioner curriculum to improve telehealth competency.

Telehealth improves access to health care and has seen rapid expansion in recent years. Nurse practitioner (NP) students are expected to be able to use telehealth to provide health care on graduation; however, many programs of study do not include telehealth in the academic preparation of students. As a result, students feel unprepared to use telehealth to provide care to patients. To meet this need, a land-grant institution developed evidence-based competencies and curriculum to educate NP students in the ...

The need for better evidence to support probiotics for vaginitis.

More than 100 years ago the Nobel laureate, Elie Metchnikoff, who is widely regarded to be the father of probiotics, reported that the consumption of live bacteria (Lactobacillus bulgaricus) in yogurt or fermented milk improved gastrointestinal health (Benton D, et al, Eur J Clin Nut 2007; 61: 355-361). Probiotics are widely touted to improve health and in 2013, the worldwide market for probiotics was worth $36 billion (World Gastroenterology Organisation, 2017). Most probiotic products are sold for oral co...

Factors Associated with Telehealth Service Utilization among Rural Populations.

A major barrier to high-quality health care for individuals living in rural communities is specialty care access. Telehealth has emerged as an alternative approach to improving access to specialty care providers. Data on 3,618 adults who reported living in rural areas was analyzed from the 2015 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS). Logistic regression was used to examine predisposing, enabling, and need factors associated with telehealth service use among rural populations. Individuals who were insured...

Measuring quality and impact of telehealth services in home dialysis patients.

US Medicare beneficiaries receiving home dialysis will have the opportunity to engage in telehealth beginning in 2019. This new paradigm, if successful, will be instituted internationally. Any changes in healthcare delivery, such as using telehealth, will affect the process and quality. Quality of care metrics is discussed, and they can be used to evaluate the three domains of structure, process, and outcome when applied to assess telehealth's impact and quality on the dialysis population.

A scoping review of the use and impact of telehealth medication reviews.

Telehealth has been proposed as a mechanism to overcome the practical difficulties associated with conducting timely and efficient medication reviews particularly in rural and remote settings.

Use of Telehealth Expedites Evaluation and Listing of Patients Referred for Liver Transplantation.

Liver transplantation is the only treatment that increases survival times of patients with decompensated cirrhosis. Patients who live further away from a transplant center are disadvantaged. Health care delivery via telehealth is an effective way to remotely manage patients with decompensated cirrhosis. We investigated the effects of telehealth on the liver transplant evaluation process.

Assessing the Impact of Telehealth Objective Structured Clinical Examinations in Graduate Nursing Education.

The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties supports the incorporation of telehealth in nurse practitioner (NP) education.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a patient is worth ten thousand.

EVALUATE-AD and Tele-STAR: Novel Methodologies for Assessment of Caregiver Burden in a Telehealth Caregiver Intervention - A Case Study.

We explored the relationship between objective and subjective measures of burden prior to and after a telehealth-based caregiver intervention. One caregiver participated in two studies, one to assess the feasibility of objective, home-based monitoring (EVALUATE-AD), the second to assess the feasibility of a caregiver education telehealth-based intervention, Tele-STAR.

Increasing Caregiver Access to Programming: A Qualitative Exploration of Caregivers' Experience of a Telehealth Powerful Tools for Caregivers Program.

Family caregivers can benefit from education-based wellness programs, but many face barriers to attending such programs. The purpose of this research was to explore telehealth as a delivery format for an education-based caregiver wellness program. This qualitative research examined the caregiver experience of a specific program called Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC). The traditionally in-person program was delivered via telehealth in four states. Twelve caregivers participated in focus groups the week a...

Perceptions of the healthiest body in a market-integrating indigenous population in Argentina: Fat idealization and gendered generational differences.

Market integration seems to induce gender-specific generational change in health-related perceptions of body size. We predicted that among the Qom of Argentina, younger women would perceive comparatively thinner bodies as healthiest, demonstrating thin-idealizing body norms, and older women would retain culturally rooted perceptions of heavier bodies as healthiest. As traditional and globalized body size ideals are different for men, we predicted that men would perceive normal bodies as healthiest and would...

Assessing the Effect of a Telepharmacist's Recommendations During an Integrated, Interprofessional Telehealth Appointment and Their Alignment with Quality Measures.

A growing provider shortage contributes to the widening gap in significant disparities that rural communities face. To expand access to care for rural-dwelling patients with epilepsy, a national nonprofit organization initiated an integrated, interprofessional telehealth program.

"The Closer, the Better:" The Role of Telehealth in Increasing Contraceptive Access Among Women in Rural South Carolina.

Rural populations face unique health disparities that prevent women from accessing reproductive health care services. Telehealth initiatives offer a health care delivery tool to increase access to contraception.

Telehealth: a novel approach for the treatment of nondisplaced pediatric elbow fractures.

Telehealth has seldom been used in the field of pediatric orthopaedics. The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of telehealth as a tool for the follow-up of children with nondisplaced elbow fractures. We hypothesize that patients treated via telehealth will have comparable clinical outcomes as those treated at our institution, with increased patient satisfaction. We conducted a randomized trial, which included 52 children with type I supracondylar humeral fractures, or occult elbow injuries, div...

A critique of the objective function utilized in calculating the Thrifty Food Plan.

The Thrifty Food Plan (TFP) is the basis of benefit allocations within the USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which administers nearly $70 billion in benefits to over 42 million people annually. To produce the allocation of food within the TFP, the USDA uses a mathematical optimization model that solves for the daily apportionment across various food groups. The model is constrained by nutritional and consumption requirements to produce an "optimal" allocation. Despite the importance o...

The analysis of medical market in Russia in 2016-2018: main economic indices and research results.

The article presents the main indicators of development of Russian medical market in 2016-2018. The basic data concerning main activities in market of medical services and goods, key figures on patterns and trends of market of medical sphere, pricing policy, organizational forms of medical institutions is presented. The conclusions on the research oт supply and demand in medical market are made. The conclusions related to forecasting and planning of development of Russian medical market in Russia, its pers...

Initial assessment of an interprofessional team-delivered telehealth program for patients with epilepsy.

Epilepsy affects 3.5 million people in the United States (US). Rural-dwelling individuals have less access to healthcare and consequently poorer health outcomes. This study describes the outcomes of an interprofessional telehealth program for rural-dwelling individuals with epilepsy in one US state.

Care Team Perspectives and Acceptance of Telehealth in Scaling a Home-Based Primary Care Program: Qualitative Study.

Novel and sustainable approaches to optimizing home-based primary care (HBPC) programs are needed to meet the medical needs of a growing number of homebound older adults in the United States. Telehealth may be a viable option for scaling HBPC programs.

Improving value and access to specialty medical care for families: a pediatric surgery telehealth program

In Canada, access to subspecialty surgical services for children imposes inconvenience and financial hardship on geographically remote families. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a recently implemented pediatric surgical telehealth pilot program from the family and provider perspectives.

Athleisure: A qualitative investigation of a multi-billion-dollar clothing trend.

Clothes play a ubiquitous, yet under-appreciated social role. In the context of body image, clothes may both reflect and facilitate wearers' ideals and anxieties about their physical appearance. Athleisure, referring to athletic-inspired workout apparel that explicitly accentuates wearers' physiques, is a hitherto unexamined clothing trend worth tens of billions of dollars annually (and growing) in the United States consumer market alone. We conducted the first qualitative examination of athleisure by inter...

NBA team home advantage: Identifying key factors using an artificial neural network.

What determines a team's home advantage, and why does it change with time? Is it something about the rowdiness of the hometown crowd? Is it something about the location of the team? Or is it something about the team itself, the quality of the team or the styles it may or may not play? To answer these questions, season performance statistics were downloaded for all NBA teams across 32 seasons (83-84 to 17-18). Data were also obtained for other potential influences identified in the literature including: stad...


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