Pediatric Telemedicine

The time has come for all schools to require flu shots - CNN | 8/20/2020

Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez is a primary care pediatrician, director of pediatric telemedicine and assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. (CNN) The requirement that children receive vaccinations before starting school has come to be accepted by most parents in this country as normal. It is after all, common sense: children are notoriously good at spreading germs. Vaccinations have become an expected part of the routine checkups …

Opinion: The time has come for all schools to require the flu shot | 8/20/2020

Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez is a primary care pediatrician, director of pediatric telemedicine and assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. (CNN) The requirement that children receive vaccinations before starting school has come to be accepted by most parents in this country as normal. It is after all, common sense: children are notoriously good at spreading germs. Vaccinations have become an expected part of the routine checkups …

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Remote learning this year? Check out these tips for success | 8/20/2020

… designated workspace for your child to do their e-learning this year. Maybe you’ve even upgraded your internet speed. But there may be even more you haven’t considered. Dr. Kathy Webster , medical director of pediatric telemedicine at Advocate Children’s Hospital, offers the tips below for making the most out of your child’s remote education. Make sure your child’s work station is appropriately sized: Position the screen to avoid glare. The …

NightLight Pediatric Urgent Care offers COVID-19 PCR testing for adults and kids of all ages and faster turnaround time for results | PRWeb | 8/19/2020

NightLight Pediatric Urgent Care offers COVID-19 PCR testing for adults and kids of all ages and faster turnaround time for results Share Article NightLight Pediatric Urgent Care has curbside COVID-19 testing sites for newborns to adults. Results are returned within 2-4 days. Pediatric telemedicine visits are available 6 a.m. to midnight and are available across Texas in both English and Spanish. All eight clinics are staffed with pediatric …

The eerie similarities between the anti-mask and the anti-vax - CNN | 8/4/2020

Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez is a primary care pediatrician, director of pediatric telemedicine and assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. (CNN) In the confusion and chaos of a global pandemic, a small but significant group of people who refuse to wear masks has emerged despite the now established evidence of their efficacy. If their emphasis on personal freedom, their misrepresentation of science and their passion to …

Back to school: Some kids scared as adults debate reopening risks - CNN | 7/28/2020

Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez is a primary care pediatrician, director of pediatric telemedicine and assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. (CNN) Teachers and parents who are currently weighing their options when it comes to school reopenings in the middle of a deadly pandemic may have one additional challenge ahead: children who are fearful of returning to school. Pediatrician Edith Bracho-Sanchez says that some children in …

UC Davis Health expands pediatric telemedicine offering to 14 California counties | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/24/2020

UC Davis Health expands pediatric telemedicine offering to 14 California counties Jackie Drees - Print Email Sacramento-based UC Davis Health will provide pediatric telehealth services to 14 Northern California counties through a new agreement with Partnership HealthPlan of California, effective July 1. PHC is a nonprofit, community-based public healthcare organization that contracts Medi-Cal benefits with the state and local providers. PHC provides care to vulnerable patient populations, including …

[New post] Healthy Diet Plan For Your Child | 6/6/2020

brigitteforte0 posted: “Before you select a doctor Pediatric Telemedicine you should verify out the critiques online. Discover out what people are stating about the physicians in your region. You can learn a great deal by reading about the experiences of other individuals.During” New post on Radical News Feeds Healthy Diet Plan For Your Child by brigitteforte0 Before you select a doctor Pediatric Telemedicine you should verify out the critiques online …

Global Pediatric Telemedicine Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2020-2025 | 6/3/2020

Global Pediatric Telemedicine Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2020-2025 3660 7320 Table of Contents COVID-19, the disease it causes, surfaced in late 2019, and now had become a full-blown crisis worldwide. Over fifty key countries had declared a national emergency to combat coronavirus. With cases spreading, and the epicentre of the outbreak shifting to Europe, North America, India and Latin America, life in these regions has been upended …

Assessing patient safety in a pediatric telemedicine setting: a multi-methods study | 4/3/2020

Telemedicine and telephone-triage may compromise patient safety, particularly if urgency is underestimated. We aimed to explore the level of safety of a pediatric telemedicine service, with particular reference to the appropriateness of the medical diagnoses made by the online physicians and the reasonableness of their decisions. Methods This retrospective multi-method study investigated the decision-making process of physicians in a pediatric tele-triage service provided in Israel. The …

Virtual Care for Kids is Waiving Co-Pays and Discounting All Telemedicine Visits | 3/21/2020

Virtual Care for Kids is Waiving Co-Pays and Discounting All Telemedicine Visits Virtual Care for Kids, the largest pediatric telemedicine platform in the U.S., is now waiving co-pays and heavily discounting virtual visits to help families avoid exposure to COVID-19 in medical facilities. This offer is being extended to families with all types of insurance plans, uninsured, and those with Medicaid in an effort to expand access …

A Pivot to Telemedicine | 3/20/2020

… facilities treating COVID-19. Enter a lot more telemedicine. ✖ “We now have the capacity to see a wide range of pediatric visits over video.” Dr. Logan Clausen, Central Oregon Pediatric Associates click to tweet Pediatric telemedicine In short order, clinics including Central Oregon Pediatric Associates are pivoting to seeing many more patients via Zoom—the video conferencing app that seemingly everyone with home internet downloaded this week . In the interest …

Virtual Care for Kids now providing coronavirus prescreenings, waived copays for pediatric telemedicine visits | Community Impact Newspaper | 3/20/2020

Coronavirus Virtual Care for Kids now providing coronavirus prescreenings, waived copays for pediatric telemedicine visits The urgent care chain is offering coronavirus prescreenings, waived copays and discounts to the uninsured for all telemedicine visits. (Courtesy Virtual Care for Kids) The urgent care chain is offering coronavirus prescreenings, waived copays and discounts to the uninsured for all telemedicine visits. (Courtesy Virtual Care for Kids) 4:01 PM Mar. 20, 2020 CDT Updated …

News 1/13/20 | 1/13/2020

… include an app with messaging, scheduling, and telemedicine capabilities; and build a flagship practice that integrates Ob/Gyn, primary, and mental healthcare with other health services in Washington, DC. The company acquired maternal and pediatric telemedicine company Pacify last year. HIStalk Practice Musings I’ve finished my first book of the new year: Charlotte Brontë’s “Villette” was at times sluggish, and thus always perfect bedtime reading. The story of the Bronte …

Pediatric Cardiology via Skype: One Center’s Success | 11/18/2019

Telemedicine reduces patients’ needs to travel to hospital MedpageToday by Ed Susman, Contributing Writer, MedPage Today November 18, 2019 This article is a collaboration between MedPage Today® and: PHILADELPHIA – Direct-to-consumer pediatric telemedicine gave clinically acceptable results while saving patients and their families from making trips to the clinic that might have delayed treatment, a researcher reported here. In a 3-year period, the telemedicine program was activated 39 …

KidzDocNow Pediatric Telemedicine – Why It Is Genius | 10/17/2019

KidzDocNow Pediatric Telemedicine – Why It Is Genius KidzDocNow pediatric telemedicine by Pediatric Associates is genius! In my household, holiday seasons are synonymous to at least one of my kids getting sick. It is almost as if the germs know when to infiltrate. I’m not trying to jinx them this year (please, please no) but every year one of the kids get sick during one of the major winter holidays. My …

Is Pediatric Telemedicine Contributing to Antibiotic Overuse in Kids? - General Nursing - allnurses | 8/19/2019

411 Views 1 Replies 800 Words) by J.Adderton has 26 years experience as a BSN, MSN . 7 Followers; 74 Articles; 28,917 Profile Views; 305 Posts Antibiotic overuse in pediatric telemedicine Pediatric telemedicine greatly contributes to the delivery of pediatric healthcare, especially in remote, rural and underserved areas. However, a recent study raises concerns of inappropriate antibiotic prescribing during direct-to-consumer telemedicine pediatric visits. A recent study published in Pediatrics …

Pediatric telemedicine visits may increase antibiotic overprescribing | 4/8/2019

Pediatric telemedicine visits may increase antibiotic overprescribing University of Pittsburgh Print E-Mail PITTSBURGH, April 8, 2019 - Children with acute respiratory infections were prescribed antibiotics more often during direct-to-consumer telemedicine visits than during in-person primary care appointments or urgent care visits, according to UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh research reported today in Pediatrics . “In recent years, the use of telemedicine for acute, primary care concerns has increased …

Pediatric telemedicine visits may lead to uptick in antibiotic overprescribing, study shows | Becker’s Hospital Review | 4/8/2019

Pediatric telemedicine visits may lead to uptick in antibiotic overprescribing, study shows Jackie Drees - Print Email Pediatric patients were more often prescribed antibiotics during direct-to-consumer telemedicine visits than during in-person urgent care or primary care appointments, according to research published in Pediatrics . UPMC Children’s Hospital Pittsburgh researchers contrasted antibiotic prescribing rates among pediatric patients with acute respiratory infections who underwent telemedicine visits to patients who had appointments …