University of Maryland Medical Center has supported a rural health telemedicine program for more than a decade, primarily supporting behavioral health but recently moving into tele-ICU.
Several trends, however, are pushing the organization to expand telemedicine to better treat stroke, neurology, dermatology, cerebral palsy and other conditions and diseases, said John Kornak, director of telehealth at U-Maryland, during a session at HIMSS16.
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