MUSC Projects

Health Equity

Piloting Telehealth Strategies among People Experiencing Homelessness (PEH)

CARES @ The Navigation Center (TNC) is a telehealth-based free clinic that provides primary care at a drop-in resource center for PEH in Charleston. Additionally,…


Optimizing and Evaluating Health System Parameters for Ambulatory Telehealth

Ambulatory telehealth programs rapidly expanded during COVID-19. Now health systems are struggling to find the most efficient and appropriate mix of in-person and telehealth services….

Primary Care

Virtual Monitoring for Pediatric Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

To facilitate general pediatrician management of ADHD care, we propose the development of a remote monitoring system for children with ADHD. The data collected will…

Emergency Health

Disseminating Telestroke Best Practices (partnership with CDC/NORC)

The MUSC Telestroke program was selected to participate in the CDC Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Telehealth Assessment. The purpose of the assessment…

Behavioral Health

Telehealth-enabled Behavioral Health Integration

Models for deploying behavioral health (BH) integration may not be feasible for small rural practices with limited resources, particularly those that may not be able…


HIV treatment of pregnant and postpartum persons via telehealth

Due to limited access to HIV -specialists and high-risk obstetric care outside of the tri-county Charleston area, many pregnant people with HIV in SC’s Lowcountry…

Telehealth Experience

ICU process and outcome measures within community hospitals with and without tele-ICU

Using electronic health record data from two MUSC community hospitals in our Regional Health Network (RHN) we will examine: ventilator settings, medications, ICU length of…

Telehealth Cost

National Telehealth Expenditures

During the pandemic response, care access patterns changed rapidly; however, as the public health emergency has been extended, the use of virtual care has stabilized,…

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