Access to Care
This research, using data from the country’s largest telehealth provider and claims from a large commercial payer, will examine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and telehealth on utilization, outcomes, disparities, and public health surveillance.
This research aims to examine a health system’s four telehealth programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This research will evaluate an existing ambulance-based stroke telemedicine pilot program in order to develop guidelines to expand the program.
This project will design, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive set of tools in an electronic health record (EHR) to support improved intimate partner violence care.
This project evaluates the effectiveness, barriers, and cost of a Spanish-language electronic health intervention to treat chronic insomnia in Hispanic patients.
This project will determine the impact of using telemedicine to serve children with special healthcare needs living in rural and underserved communities.
This research evaluated the impact of a telerehabilitation approach among stroke survivors with aphasia, finding it was a cost-effective, feasible approach with high patient satisfaction.
In this study, researchers assessed the feasibility of using commercial off-the-shelf mobile technology, including phones and fitness trackers, to collect and report patient-generated health data and patient-reported outcomes from diverse, disadvantaged patients in an urban safety net health care system.
This project will evaluate the comparative effectiveness of asynchronous telepsychiatry versus synchronous telepsychiatry in a skilled nursing facility population using a 12-month randomized controlled trial.
This project aims to improve access to high quality mental health services for diverse populations by implementing asynchronous telepsychiatry consultations combined with automated online interpreting.