Category: Telehealth

Transition to telemedicine

Posted by George L. Vergolias on May 31, 2017

We live in an age of rapid acceleration of technology, dissemination of communication, methods by which that communication can be disseminated, and the requirement for us to keep up. We are raising a cohort of children who will be challenged to think in non-linear, digital, expansive, and algorithmic ways to understand and solve the problems they […]


Posted by Calli Peabody on May 24, 2017

We have all experienced times in our lives where we become sick and need to seek medical attention, right? Well, I am the type of person that tries to come up with every possible solution to not see the doctor. “It’s not that bad,” “I will survive,” “other people are dealing with way worse.” Well, […]

Telepsychology and FFDs

Posted by Jennifer Kurtz on May 17, 2017

Can you remember the last time you had to get up and walk to the TV to change the channel? Neither can I. But when I made the transition to a remote control and felt that joy of flipping through 100 channels in mere seconds, I’m pretty sure I didn’t need specific training to be […]


Posted by Jim Mortensen on May 3, 2017

Obviously, there’s quite a buzz in the medical field around telehealth – it is an emerging approach and it seems every day someone is publishing something about its efficacy and debating whether it is as good as a face to face meeting. Our clinical group will be publishing a blog soon on this very topic […]