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NuView Health presented outcomes research at Society of Critical Care Medicine January 2015.

Drs. Patel and Ludwig presented 3 years of clinical outcome data from NuView programs at the annual meeting held by the Society of Critical Care Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona, January 2015.

The NuView study was based on our structured clinical protocol driven program in Community Hospital ICUs. It detailed reductions in ICU LOS and mortality with the institution of the NuView clinical approach. Both onsite and telemedicine results showed marked improvement from the ICU baseline data.

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PR Newswire: Global Telemedicine Market Outlook 2020

The shortage of physicians in rural and remote areas provides opportunity for telemedicine to spread its reach to millions of patients and this widespread deployment of services will continue at a rapid pace in the future as well. In the latest research study, "Global Telemedicine Market Outlook 2020", RNCOS analysts have studied the complete telemedicine industry with focus on market segmentation, government initiatives and competitive landscape. According to our analysis, the market for telemedicine technologies, including hardware, software & services, stood at US$ 17.8 Billion in 2014, and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 18.4% during 2014-2020.

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Medscape: New Lifestyle Report Finds Residents Ready to Use Telehealth

Do Residents Pay Enough Attention to Their Own Health?

Only about one third of residents told us that work-life balance was a challenge. Yet only 13% reported that personal health and wellness received adequate attention on a regular basis. Over one third (36%) said they did not spend sufficient time on their personal health and wellness, and over half (51%) indicated that sometimes they did and sometimes they didn't.

This habit of self-neglect may come back to haunt them later as practicing physicians.

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Watchdog: How an ‘open internet’ threatens the potential of telemedicine technology

The doctor’s office might once more be taking house calls. Telemedicine, or telehealth, is essentially the doctor’s office translated into cyberspace – using apps and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) technology to remotely link doctors and patients. These technologies permit the diagnosing and treatment of patients’ illnesses and ailments from hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away.

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