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Telehealth and Medicine Today (THMT) is a gold Open Access international peer reviewed journal examining the value of telehealth and clinical automation, its use and scalable developments, business process guidance, market research and the economic impact of digital health innovations in an evolving health technology sector. Articles feature original research, pilot studies, case use, best practices and perspectives from medical, technical, allied health, policy, safety, economic, strategic, education and social impact disciplines. Authors are encouraged to submit outcomes data for cost efficiencies realized in health system(s), patient populations or clinical practices that demonstrate affordable, accessible, quality care by delivering virtual care in a value based system. A world-class review board includes constructive commentary through rapid and rigorous peer review to strengthen work.
DEADLINE for manuscript submissions
December 1, March 1, June 1, and October 1.
THMT is indexed in ProQuest, Databases ScienceOpen, Index Copernicus, Unpaywall, Google Scholar, NEBIS, GFMER, and the Public Knowledge Project metadata harvester.
Launched in March 2018, THMT does not have an impact factor yet. Be assured, THMT is working hard to meet this industry preference, however, trends in the industry indicate the JIF will not be the leading indicator for journal selection and articles will and are being amplified on their own merits. This is why THMT is highly active across social media. We believe authors want their work disseminated and amplified across audiences and relevant ecosystems around the globe.
THMT editorial topics of interest
Manuscripts of interest will present local and global innovations fostering ecosystem efficiencies for:
New Business Models, Provider strategies, incentive models, future society transformation strategies, hardware, software and technology selection, financial Impact to health systems and patient out-of-pocket cost, scalability, sustainability
Technology: Artificial intelligence, robotics, voice interface tech, augmented reality, machine learning, identity management, smart contracts, security, interoperability, standards, scalability, business continuity and DLT
Use Case: use case discovery frameworks, use case roadmaps, key learnings from successful and unsuccessful experiences
Legal and Regulatory: Reimbursement, reduced hospital readmissions, interoperability, mobile health, devices, EMR, health and wellness consumer protection, health policy, patient privacy (GDPR and HIPAA)
Healthcare IT: Electronic health records (EHR), health information exchange (HIE), interoperatbility, claim adjudication, clinical trials, medical devices, Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, sensors, smart health cities and medically fit homes
Home Care: Long-term care, care giver strategies, remote health, smart cities, sensors, workforce
Security and Governance: Oversight, workflow, staffing solutions, recruitment, scaling, monitoring, and maintaining of security systems
Trending Specialties: Population health, chronic condition management, behavioral health, Tele-dermatology, Tele-radiology, Tele-pathology, smart cities and ecosystems for mid-life and beyond
USER EXPERIENCE: market and user segmentation, generational demographics, consumerization of healthcare, behavioral considerations, user centered design, adoption drivers and barriers, Return-on-Adoption
EDUCATION: Training tools & tips - the fundamentals, innovation management, managing digital transformation, future workforce, medical education
Manuscripts of interest will present original research or establish advances or failures utilizing evidence-based outcomes in the following categories:
In addiion, THMT publishes a BLOG, where authors can share experiences and reflections including commentary, discussion and debate on any aspect of healthcare, policy, and technology around the globe. The submission should be approximately1000 words.
THMT is published quarterly to reflect a dynamic field and marketplace to ensure accurate reflection of developments, trends, and the most current knowledge available, while providing a forum for developing shared work and consensus. issues are published annually in January, April, July, and November.
THMT’s Article Processing Charge (APC) is
There is no fee for editorials, discussions or BLOG posts.
THMT has a waiver policy for authors from lower-middle income countries as per the World Bank (click here for details). We give fair consideration to all submissions, and believe this should not be linked to the ability to pay.
Where limited funding is available to authors, THMT can provide a complete or partial waiver to authors on request, AFTER, an article is accepted. We review papers based strictly on MERIT. The quality and contribution it makes to the sector supersedes the APC. We believe this is paramount for fair and open exchange.
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There is no subscription fee.
Many thanks for your interest.
Telehealth and Medicine Today ISSN 2471-6960 |
An Open Access Online Peer Reviewed Journal Published by Partners in Digital Health.
TMT is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
THMT will also publish content in other products such as license editions of THMT and grant republication sublicense in journals around the world.
Owned and managed by Partners in Digital Health (PDH) founder and publisher Tory Cenaj.