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Telehealth diagnostic tool wins pitch competition for Hopkins female inventors (access required)

A company that aims to leverage artificial intelligence to diagnose conditions, like strep throat, won Johns Hopkins’ “Pitch It On!” competition on Tuesday. Now in its second year, the contest, which was held virtually, aims to highlight and provide funding for women-led ventures at Hopkins. Led by Therese Canares, assistant professor ...

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To broaden telehealth services, Md. medical organizations providing internet access (access required)

Jacqueline Stone can recall one of the key moments at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic that made her realize the team at the Kennedy Krieger Institute needed to be doing more to ensure that all patients had access to the same, high-quality telehealth care. Stone, Kennedy Krieger’s chief clinical officer, had seen a photo of a physical ...

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Md. hospitals using telehealth to address coronavirus worries

Hospitals are using telehealth options to treat patients remotely and triage COVID-19 cases as concerns grow about bed capacity and the possibility of spreading the virus within hospital walls. Health systems and the state emergency service are watching capacity as ...

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Emily H. Wein: Changes ahead for the Maryland telehealth industry (access required)

Telemedicine, or more generally telehealth, is not new. It has been around for decades but historically has not been a service modality commonly used by health care providers due to limited coverage and reimbursement imposed by Medicare. Restrictions on rendering ...

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