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Telemedicine : overview and application in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine

Telemedicine : overview and application in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Ford, Dee W. Valenta, Shawn R.
Title Statement
Telemedicine : overview and application in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine / editors. Dee W. Ford, Shawn R. Valenta.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Humana Press,   [2021].  
Physical Medium
199 p. : ill.(some. col.) ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Respiratory medicine.,2197-7372
ISBN
9783030640491 3030640493
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Telecommunication in medicine.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Section 1: Primer on telemedicine program development

I.              Overview and history of telemedicine

a.    Brief History of Telemedicine

b.    What is and is not telemedicine

c.    Modes of telemedicine delivery

II.            Regulatory and legal issues

a.    Licensing and Credentialing

b.    Medical malpractice and Liability

c.    Informed consent

d.    Patient confidentiality, privacy and security (e.g. HIPAA and HITECH)

e.    Legislation to consider (i.e. Stark Law, Anti-Kickback, Anti-Trust and Safe Harbors)

f.     Documentation

III.           Telemedicine and finance

a.    State parity legislation (pros and cons)

b.    Medicare, Medicaid, and Third-party payers

c.    Successful business models

                                          i.    Direct Revenue streams

1.    Direct contracting

2.    Professional billing

3.    Direct-to-Patient (out-of-pocket)

                                         ii.    Indirect Revenue streams

1.    Downstream revenue (e.g. surgery cases)

2.    Global or bundled payment

                                        iii.    Other value cases

1.    Reduce readmission penalties

2.    Improve patient compliance and outcomes

d.    Return on investment

e.    Health system investment

IV.          Intra- versus Inter-organizational issues in telemedicine program development

a.    Aligning telemedicine services with needs

b.    Communication between providers

V.            Telehealth services framework

a.    Telehealth strategy

b.    Telehealth design

c.    Telehealth transition

d.    Telehealth operations

e.    Continual quality improvement

VI.          Technology and data system considerations

a.    Telemedicine platforms

b.    Information technology

c.    Communication technology

d.    Data systems

VII.         People issues in telemedicine

a.    Adoption and utilization

b.    Tele-presenters

c.    Inter-professional communication

VIII.        How telemedicine can support high quality care

a.    Safe

b.    Effective

c.    Patient-centered

d.    Timely

e.    Efficient

f.     Equitable

   Section 2: Application of telemedicine in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine

      I.        Ambulatory telemedicine programs for pulmonary diseases

a.    School based telemedicine for pediatric asthma

b.    Home based COPD management

c.    Home based evaluation and management of sleep disordered breathing

d.    Multi-disciplinary lung cancer tumor board via telemedicine

    II.        Emergency department based consultations

   III.        Inpatient consultations

  IV.        Tele-ICU programs    

a.    Distinguishing characteristics of tele-ICU medicine

b.    Review of the literature on tele-ICU

c.    Pediatric critical care telemedicine


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