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Continuous Virtual Monitoring (tele-sitter) Program
Mitigating the risk of patient falls and behavioral issues is a major challenge in U.S. hospitals. These issues are costly for hospitals and can lead…
Cost Effectiveness and Analysis of School-Based Telehealth
MUSC has been working to conduct a cost-effectiveness analysis to determine: (a) the effect of school telehealth on use of asthma controller medications using Medicaid…
Cost-Effectiveness and other Analyses of Telestroke
Telestroke was selected as the first program for a cost-effectiveness analysis. Based on data available, a number of important manuscripts arose from these evaluations.
Develop Resources for Telehealth Research
In addition to evaluation of specific clinical programs, the MUSC COE has a variety of resources available to support telehealth research more broadly.
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…
Evaluation and Dissemination of MUSC’s Telehealth Service Implementation Model (TSIMTM)
In 2018, the MUSC Center for Telehealth adapted a structured framework for the development of telehealth services entitled TSIMTM, or Telehealth Service Implementation Model. This…
Heat mapping telehealth
Showing geographic representations of telehealth utilization (“heat maps”) alongside population and social determinants of health mapping can help inform telehealth programs and payment policy. The…
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…