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  • Effects of a Neurological Dashboard on Consultation Turnaround Time at a Large Academic Medical Center

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: Telestroke
    • Author(s): B. Kummer; J. Willey; M. Zelenetz; Y. Hu; S. Sengupta; M. Elkind; G. Hripcsak;
    • Affiliation (Site): Multi-Site
    • Presented: Poster at AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference
    • Date: May 2019
    • Study Type: Case study of dashboard implementation
    • Link: https://www.amia.org/cic2019/posters
  • Giving Time Back to Nurses!: A Multidisciplinaray Approach to Medication Reconciliation

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: Med Rec
    • Author(s): Dawn Eliazarian, Jennifer Piper, Amanda Alfano, and Kellianne Morgan
    • Affiliation (Site): DHK
    • Presented: ASPAN Poster and Abstract
    • Date: May 2019
    • Study Type: Time-analysis study of tele-med rec compared to in-person med rec
    • Link: NA
  • Evaluation of TeleMSE impact on quality of care

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: Tele-MSE
    • Author(s): Fernanda Polubriaginof, MD, PhD
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine and CUMC
    • Presented: Oral Presentation, AMIA Summit
    • Date: March 2019
    • Study Type: Observational Study
    • Link: NA
  • Geographic Analysis of Mobiel Stroke Unit Treatment in a Densely Populated Urban Area: The New York City METRONOME Registry

  • Radiologist Inter-rater Reliability of Prehospital Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Scores on a Mobile Stroke Unit

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: Telestroke
    • Author(s): M. P Lerario, Ajay Gupta, Benjamin R Kummer, Iván Diáz, Eaton Lin, Joshua E Lantos, Ashley Knight-Greenfield, Joel J Nario, Elizabeth S Efraim, Glenn Asaeda, Jeffrey Bokser, Babak B Navi, Hooman Kamel, Matthew E Fink
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: International Stroke Conference Poster Abstracts
    • Date: February 2019
    • Study Type: Retrospective cohort study with matched controls; studied reliability of radiological interpretation between MTSU and ED patients
    • Link: NA
  • Antibiotic Prescribing Practices: Is There a Difference Between Patients Seen by Telemedicine Versus Those Seen In-Person?

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Peter Yao, Peter Greenwald, Hanson Hsu, Kriti Gogia, Baria Hafeez, Sunday Clark, Rahul Sharma
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Telemedicine and e-Health
    • Date: February 2019
    • Study Type: Retrospective cohort study
    • Link: https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/tmj.2018.0250
  • Clinical Characteristics of Stroke Mimics Treated on an Urban Mobile Stroke Unit

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: Telestroke
    • Author(s): M. P Lerario, Benjamin R Kummer, Xian Wu, Iván Diáz, Sammy Pishanidar, Joshua Z Willey, Saad Mir, Natalie Cheng, Sarah K Rostanski, Elizabeth S Efraim, Robert S Crupi, Josef Schenker, Glenn Asaeda, Jeffrey Bokser, Hooman Kamel, Randolph S Marshall, Babak B Navi, Matthew E Fink
    • Affiliation (Site): Multi-Site
    • Presented: International Stroke Conference Post Abstracts
    • Date: January 2019
    • Study Type: Retrospective cohort analysis
    • Link: NA
  • Teaching “Web Side Manner”: Using Simulation for Telemedicine Education

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: Telehealth Training
    • Author(s): Naik NK, Greenwald P, Hsu H, Harvey K, Clark S, Sharma R, Kang Y.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: IMSH Scientific Assembly, Oral Presentation
    • Date: January 2019
    • Study Type: Oral presentation of abstract
    • Link: NA
  • Can Telemedicine-Assisted Paramedicine Reduce Emergency Department Visits And 30-Day Readmissions Among High-Risk Heart Failure Patients?

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: CTP
    • Author(s): Daniels B, Del Toro C, Zelenetz M, Gogia K, Hafeez B, Greenwald PW et al.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: AHA Scientific Session
    • Date: November 2018
    • Study Type: Pilot study; comparing heart failure paramedic intervention to machine learning predicted rates of readmission
    • Link: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/circ.138.suppl_1.14280
  • “Web-side Manner”: Creation of One-day Simulation-Based Curriculum for Enterprise-Wide Standardization of Telemedicine Practice

  • A Novel Emergency Department-Based Telemedicine Program: How Do Older Patients Fare?

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Peter W. Greenwald, Michael Stern, Sunday Clark, Baria Hafeez, Kriti Gogia, Hanson Hsu, Mary Mulcare, Rahul Sharma
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Telemedicine and e-Health
    • Date: October 2018
    • Study Type: Retrospective cohort study of quality assurance data; elderly cohort vs younger patients
    • Link: https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/tmj.2018.0162
  • Use of Physician-Guided Patient Self-Examination to Diagnose Appendicitis: A Telemedicine Case Report

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: ED Telehealth
    • Author(s): Sapir Nachum, Michael Stern, Peter Greenwald, Rahul Sharma
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Telemedicine and e-Health
    • Date: September 2018
    • Study Type: Case Report
    • Link: https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/tmj.2018.0115
  • Can Telemedicine-Assisted Paramedicine Reduce Emergency Department Visits and 30-Day Readmissions among High-risk Heart Failure Patients? A Feasibility Study

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: CTP
    • Author(s): Daniels B, Mishra D, Hafeez B, Del Toro, C, Goyal P, Horn E, Watts B, Steel P, Hsu H, Greenwald P, Sharma R.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: NY ACEP Regional Scientific Assembly
    • Date: July 2018
    • Study Type: Pilot Study
    • Link: NA
  • Telehealth: A New Method for Specialty Consults in the Emergency Department

  • Comparison of 72-Hour Returns between Telemedicine Evaluation and Traditional Evaluation in the Emergency Department

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Manice N, Greenwald P, Hsu H, Gogia K, Hafeez B, Clark S., Sharma, R.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Academic Emergency Medicine
    • Date: May 2018
    • Study Type: Retrospective review of quality assurance data; compared ExpressCare and non-ExpressCare matched patients
    • Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/acem.13424
  • Burnout: Do Emergency Department Doctors Doing Telehealth Fare Differently?

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Peter Greenwald, Lucy Willis, Kriti Gogia, Sunday Clark, Renu Mital, Rahul Sharma
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Academic Emergency Medicine
    • Date: May 2018
    • Study Type: Pre-post assessment of matched providers; compared Maslach Burnout Inventory between telemedicine docs and non-TH docs
    • Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/acem.13424
  • “Web-side Manner”: A Simulation-Based, Telemedicine Communication Curriculum

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: General Telehealth
    • Author(s): Naik N, Greenwald PW, Hsu H et al.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Academic Emergency Medicine
    • Date: May 2018
    • Study Type: Simulation of a curricular design for teaching telemedicine
    • Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/acem.13433
  • Antibiotic Prescribing Practices: Is There a Difference Between Patients Seen by Telemedicine and Those Seen In Person?

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Peter Yao, Peter Greenwald, Hanson Hsu, Kriti Gogia, Baria Hafeez, Sunday Clark, Rahul Sharma
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Academic Emergency Medicine
    • Date: May 2018
    • Study Type: Retrospective review of URI patients; comparison of ExpressCare vs. in-person
    • Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/acem.13424
  • Innovations in Emergency Nursing: Transforming Emergency Care Through a Novel Nurse-Driven ED Telehealth Express Care Service

  • Planning for Future Disasters: Telemedicine as a Resource

  • Older adults and technology: in telehealth, they may not be who you think they are

  • Telemedicine pharmacy services implementation in organ transplantation at a metropolitan academic medical center

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: Med Rec
    • Author(s): Nicholas Jandovitz, Hanlin Li, Brady Watts, Jonathan Monteiro, Diana Kohlberg, and Demetra Tsapepas
    • Affiliation (Site): CUMC
    • Presented: Digital Health
    • Date: January 2018
    • Study Type: Single center, retrospective cohort. Survey – patient adherence/engagement
    • Link: NA
  • Does Telepsychiatry Help Disposition Psychiatric Patients Faster?

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: Tele-psych
    • Author(s): LeBaron J, Ron V, Chary M, Siegal J
    • Affiliation (Site): NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
    • Presented: Annals of Emergency Medicine
    • Date: October 2017
    • Study Type: Retrospective cohort study of telepsych vs. house psychiatry; look at time to disposition and time to discharge
    • Link: https://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(17)31348-3/pdf
  • Mental health and telemedicine in the acute care setting: Applications of telepsychiatry in the ED

  • Telemedicine in the Emergency Department: A Novel, Academic Approach to Optimizing Operational Metrics and Patient Experience

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Sharma R, Clark S, Torres-Lavoro J, Dhaded A, Hsu H, Greenwald PW.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Annals of Emergency Medicine
    • Date: October 2017
    • Study Type: Profile of ExpressCare patients and program description
    • Link: https://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(17)31295-7/abstract
  • The Next Frontier of Emergency Medicine Residency Training: Telemedicine

  • Path to Telemedicine: An Academic Institution’s Implementation of a Novel Telemedicine Practice for Emergency Department Patients to Telemedicine

    • Type: Abstract
    • Topic: ExpressCare
    • Author(s): Greenwald PW, Clark S, Hsu H, Borensztein R, Dhaded A, Torres-Lavoro J, Sharma R.
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Annals of Emergency Medicine
    • Date: October 2017
    • Study Type: Patient experience comparison in ExpressCare vs. traditional low-acuity treatment; physician comfort evaluation
    • Link: https://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(17)31299-4/fulltext
  • Clinical Information Systems Integration in New York City's First Mobile Stroke Unit

  • Telemedicine and its transformation of emergency care: a case study of one of the largest US integrated healthcare delivery systems

  • The Role of Patient Access in Telemedicine: It all Begins with Registration

  • New Mobile Stroke Unit Programs Aim to Improve Outcomes

  • Using Telemedicine to Address Crowding in the ED

  • Novel Telemedicine Technologies in Geriatric Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Primary Care Providers' Perspectives

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: Pain Management
    • Author(s): Mimi Levine, AB Joshua E. Richardson, PhD, MLIS, MS Evelyn Granieri, MD M. Cary Reid, MD, PhD
    • Affiliation (Site): Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Presented: Pain Medicine
    • Date: February 2014
    • Study Type: Qualitative study of primary care providers
    • Link: https://academic.oup.com/painmedicine/article/15/2/206/1824135
  • A Randomized Trial Comparing Telemedicine Case Management with Usual Care in Older, Ethnically Diverse, Medically Underserved Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: 5 Year Results of the IDEATel Study

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: Telehealth for diabetes
    • Author(s): Steven Shea, MD, MS Ruth S. Weinstock, MD, PhD Jeanne A. Teresi, EdD, PhDWalter Palmas, MD, MS Justin Starren, MD, PhD James J. Cimino, MD Albert M. Lai, MDLesley Field, RN, MSN Philip C. Morin, MS Robin Goland, MD, Roberto E. Izquierdo, MDSusana Ebner, MD Stephanie Silver, MPH Eva Petkova, PhD Jian Kong, MSJoseph P. Eimicke, MS IDEATel Consortium
    • Affiliation (Site): CUMC
    • Presented: Journal of Informatics in Health and Biomedicine
    • Date: January 2002
    • Study Type: Randomized Control Trial comparing telemedicine case management to usual care for diabetes patients
    • Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19390093
  • Telemedicine in Neurosurgery: Peri-operative Management

    • Type: Manuscript
    • Topic: Peri-operative Health
    • Author(s): C.J. Riedel ; T.F. Choudhri ; D. Wilson ; N. Khanafer ; A. Alaoui ; W. Tohme ; S.K. Mun
    • Affiliation (Site): CUMC
    • Presented: Pacific Medical Technology Symposium
    • Date: August 1998
    • Study Type: Observational study, comparing remote to in-person physicians on mental status, cranial nerves, sensory exam, and wound evaluation
    • Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/767914