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  |   August 27, 2021

Telemedicine for Mental Health: teleMental Health vs. teleBehavi...

In 2016, two researchers embarked on a systematic—one might say, extremely comprehensive—review of terminology to describe telemedicine for mental health in the U.S. They searched mental health licensure websites in all 50 states, reviewed related laws, statutes, rules, policies, and newsletters, and in general scoured the Internet for official usage. They even called and sent […]

  |   August 12, 2021

How teleMaternal-Fetal Medicine Specialists Support Mothers, Bab...

Sina Haeri, MD, MHSA, is Vice President, Women & Children’s Health and Chief of Maternal-Fetal Medicine for Access Physicians, a division of SOC Telemed. He shares his latest research project and explains how teleMaternal-Fetal Medicine (teleMFM) specialists support mothers, babies, and hospitals. In 2020, Dr. Sina Haeri and three colleagues set out to study whether […]

  |   August 6, 2021

Bunker Model vs. TeleICU: A Comparison

Hospitals faced with challenges in ICU staffing often compare two virtual options: bunker model vs. teleICU. What are the differences between the bunker model and teleICU, and how should hospitals compare them depending on use cases? This blog addresses the many factors hospitals should consider when choosing one over the other. History of Virtual ICU […]

  |   July 29, 2021

10 Lessons Learned after over a Million Telemedicine Consults

SOC Telemed began providing teleNeurology consultations in 2004. As we built our telemedicine practice to include telePsychiatry and teleICU, we skinned our knees and learned a lot of valuable lessons. Our physicians, hospital partners, Consult Coordination Center, and quality team all provided feedback that helped us improve. Our ten lessons learned after over a million […]

  |   July 20, 2021

ICU Statistics During COVID Drove Pandemic Response

It can be easy to forget, considering all the COVID-related information deluging us daily, but the entirety of the U.S. pandemic response came down to ICU statistics. Phrases like “flatten the curve” and “slow the spread” became ubiquitous in March and April of 2020, as New York City endured the country’s first deadly wave of […]

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