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Accuracy and Efficacy of Hand-Held Echocardiography in Diagnosing Valve Disease: A Systematic Review

In recent years, advances in technology have enabled hand-held echocardiography (HHE) to generate high-quality 2-dimensional and color Doppler images. As these devices become smaller, simpler, and more affordable, the question of whether HHE can augment or replace auscultation as the primary mode of cardiovascular diagnosis has become increasingly more relevant. If widely implemented, HHE has […]

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Development and Preliminary Feasibility of an Automated Hypertension Self-Management System

Uncontrolled hypertension constitutes a significant challenge throughout the world. Blood pressure measurement by patients is informative for both patients and providers but is rarely performed systematically, thereby reducing its utility. Mobile phones can be used to efficiently prompt individuals to measure blood pressure and automate data management while avoiding technology barriers to widespread adoption. Presented […]

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Humanizing the Electronic Medical Record with the Personal Fact

The current model of patient care promotes a system wherein patients are viewed as diseases with treatment plans rather than individuals with a lifetime of experiences. This is further exaggerated by the electronic medical record, wherein streams of impersonal data are presented above the patient narrative. Quantitative data are crucial for medical management, but it […]

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Telemedicine Specialty Support Promotes Hepatitis C Treatment by PCPs

The Department of Veterans Affairs is the largest US provider of hepatitis C treatment. Although antiviral regimens are becoming simpler, hepatitis C antivirals are not typically prescribed by primary care providers. The Veterans Affairs Extension for Community Health Outcomes (VA-ECHO) program was launched to promote primary care–based hepatitis C treatment using videoconferencing-based specialist support. We […]

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Lessons Learned from Mississippi’s Telehealth Approach to Health Disparities

Many people see telemedicine as a solution to the nation’s health disparities and in Mississippi as a solution to our last place in health. More than 13 years ago, the University of Mississippi Medical Center developed a successful TelEmergency program that saved rural Critical Access Hospitals and now provides telehealth services throughout the state. This […]

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