Teleneurology via Tablet Technology: An Effective Low-Cost Method to Increase Healthcare Accessibility
Presents a study on the use of low-cost tablets in place of more expensive "telemedicine robots" as a means of providing teleneurology services to small rural hospitals. Evaluates a hub-and-spoke teleneurology program based at Vanderbilt University Medical Center serving smaller, community-based hospitals in Kentucky and Tennessee. Draws data from physician and patient surveys.
Kelly Harper, Claire Hanson, Bryan Eoff, et al.
Rural and Remote Health, 23(1), 7591
Population health · Specialty care · Statistics and data · Telehealth · Kentucky · Tennessee