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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.
THMT is published quarterly.
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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.