Live (synchronous) videoconferencing:
transmission of a recorded health history to a health practitioner, usually a specialist
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM):
the use of connected electronic tools to record personal health and medical data in one location for review by a provider in another location, usually at a different time
Mobile health (mHealth):
health care and public health information provided through mobile devices. The information may include general educational information, targeted texts, and notifications about disease outbreaks.
In the news and resources
ANA principles on Connected Health
ANA on the Frontline, News from the American Nurse Association. Connected health: Nurses take the lead, December 2019
The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, Nurses Advancing Telehealth Services in the Era of Healthcare Reform, May 2017.
Foley & Lardner, LLP: Telehealth is Here to Stay: New 50 State Survey of Commercial Insurance Laws revels Progress, 50- State Survey of Telehealth Commercial Payer Statutes
Electronic Health Records Position Statements
- Electronic Health Record
- Electronic Personal Health Record
- Inclusion of Recognized Terminologies Supporting Nursing Practice within Electronic Health Records and Other Health Information Technology Solutions
- Standardization and Interoperability of Health Information Technology: Supporting Nursing and the National Quality Strategy for Better Patient Outcomes
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