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Patient Acceptance and Potential Cost-Savings of Teleneurology in an Academic Outpatient Movement Disorders Practice (P1.022)

@article{HatcherMartin2016PatientAA,
  title={Patient Acceptance and Potential Cost-Savings of Teleneurology in an Academic Outpatient Movement Disorders Practice (P1.022)},
  author={J. Hatcher-Martin and E. Anderson and S. Factor},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2016},
  volume={86}
}
OBJECTIVE: To determine potential cost-savings and patient acceptance of telemedicine in a non-rural academic outpatient movement disorders setting. BACKGROUND: Advanced age and immobility are major hurdles for movement disorders patients regardless of their location. Additionally, these patients often incur significant expenses and logistical challenges in seeking specialist care. Due to lack of reimbursement for outpatient telemedicine visits in a patient’s home and in urban/semi-urban areas… Expand
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