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Home telemonitoring works. That’s according to a Kansas-based study recently published in the Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. In the study, co-authored by the HTRC Principal Investigator Ryan Spaulding, researchers showed promising results from a home telemonitoring program that reduced hospital stays for seniors by an average of nearly 11 days per year.

With Telemedicine as a Bridge, No Hospital is an Island - “I thought I was going to see a regular doctor,” she said, but instead she saw “this giant screen.” Suddenly, two doctors appeared on the video screen: dermatologists in Boston. A nurse in the room with Ms. Cohen held a magnifying camera to her face, and suggested she close her eyes.

Professor Debra Nestel from Monash University's Gippsland Medical School uses Cisco's TelePresence system to demonstrate a procedue to medical students on placement at a local hospital.