Today, Palo Pinto General Hospital is expanding its use of telemedicine services into several areas of the hospital following more than a year of successful deployment of a pulmonary & critical care telemedicine program, which resulted in a substantial retention
A projected shortage of up to 34,000 medical specialists is expected by 2034, according to new research from the Association of American Medical Colleges. Need for specialty care – including cardiology, critical care and pulmonology, infectious diseases, and nephrology, fueled
The country's embrace of telemedicine is one positive outcome in what otherwise has been a very difficult year. While much of the attention centers around consumer-focused telehealth systems serving minor illnesses and behavioral health issues, telemedicine is integral at bringing
Sept. 22, 2020 (Dallas, Texas) – Access Physicians, one of the nation’s largest physician-owned, high-acuity telemedicine groups, is pleased to announce that Binh-Minh “Jade” Le, M.D. will lead its infectious disease telemedicine program. Dr. Le is board-certified in infectious disease and
Access Physicians and Peterson Health Celebrate One-Year Anniversary of Telemedicine Partnership Bringing Infectious Disease Specialty Care to Local Residents
Feb. 5, 2020 (Kerrville, TX) – One year after launching a tele-infectious disease program with Access Physicians, Peterson Health has facilitated 389 infection prevention consults, which allows them to keep these patients from being transferred to remote locations for care.