Integrating telemedicine in urban pediatric primary care: provider perspectives and performance.

  title={Integrating telemedicine in urban pediatric primary care: provider perspectives and performance.},
  author={Kenneth M McConnochie and Nancy E Wood and Neil E Herendeen and Cynthia B ten Hoopen and Larry Denk and Judith Neuderfer},
  journal={Telemedicine journal and e-health : the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association},
  volume={16 3},
BACKGROUND Health-e-Access, an urban telemedicine service, enabled 6,511 acute-illness telemedicine visits over a 7-year period for children at 22 childcare and school sites in Rochester, NY. OBJECTIVES The aims of this article were to (1) describe provider attitudes and perceptions about efficiency and effectiveness of Health-e-Access and (2) assess hypotheses that (a) providers will complete a large proportion of the telemedicine visits attempted and (b) high levels of continuity with the… CONTINUE READING
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