Telemedicine step-wise consultation of a patient with multiple gunshot fractures of the long bones in recovery treatment system

17 Aug 2020
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Due to the armed conflict in the East of Ukraine, it is relevant to investigate factors that affect patient outcomes with the use of telemedicine. This applies especially to patients with multiple gunshot fractures, which is the most severe category at increased risk for complications and unsatisfactory results. A case study is reported here.

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Motivational Intervention of Obesity in Primary Care Through Physical Activity Program

17 Aug 2020
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Obesity and overweight are significant public health problems, worldwide. Hence, there is the importance of developing and applying strategies that reduce weight in this population. We set out to evaluate the effectiveness of obesity intervention with three different approaches—one of them with a platform that promotes physical activity.

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Innovative Telemedicine Approaches in Different Countries: Opportunity for Adoption, Leveraging, and Scaling-Up

17 Aug 2020
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In the age of digitization, a growing percentage of services are becoming available online, and this trend is affecting healthcare too. As evolving technology creates more avenues for physicians to deliver affordable and instant care to their patients, there has been a sharp increase in the number of telemedicine implementations across the world.

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Feasibility of Recommending mHealth Solutions to Patients Receiving Virtual Primary Care

17 Aug 2020
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This pilot program tested the feasibility of connecting patients receiving medical care from 98point6 (a virtual healthcare platform that leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to deliver primary care through a text-based, smartphone interface) with the 2Morrow app (a behavioral health platform that utilizes acceptance commitment therapy [ACT] to address key chronic disease drivers and conditions).

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