Telehealth and Medicine Today (TMT), is an open access online, international peer review journal where multidisciplinary thought leaders, practitioners, and future society stakeholders converge to address strategic, medical, technical, legal, policy, economic, and social aspects of a new health and technology sector. TMT assists building knowledge and consensus for deploying and scaling delivery services to achieve sustainable outcomes for affordable, accessible, and quality care for health consumers around the world, by implementing pragmatic approaches addressing issues such as interoperability, quality and safety of evolving technologies, business processes, and economic systems, to drive the global telehealth and remote care revolution in value based care. A world-class peer-review board endeavors to offer rapid, peer-review (14 days per review round), and includes constructive commentary to strengthen work. The online only journal is published quarterly, in order to accelerate sharing of rigorously vetted theoretical and experiential knowledge required for a growth sector.

The audience for Telehealth and Medicine Today includes leadership in hospitals and medical research centers, payer organizations, researchers, innovators, medical directors, IT/IS, healthcare providers, academicians, government, policy, and enterprise. In addition, biopharma, device companies, and pharmacists are represented. Anyone with an interest in can freely access Telehealth and Medicine Today for information on the implementation and advances on the horizon in the sector.

Published: 2019-04-23

Bringing Specialty Telebehavioral Medicine Home: Feasibility of a Quality Improvement Pilot for Medically Complex Patients

Lillian M. Christon, Jennifer Correll, Wendy Balliet, Eva R. Serber, Sharlene Wedin, Rebecca Kilpatrick, Lauren Holland-Carter, Stacey Maurer, Jimmy McElligott, Kelly Barth, Jeffrey Borckardt