School-Based Telemedicine Helps City Kids Manage Their Asthma

mHealth Intelligence,  January 8, 2018

A new study finds that a school-based telehealth program can “significantly” improve clinical outcomes and reduce healthcare expenditures for children with asthma in urban settings.

The study, published this week in JAMA Pediatrics, adds to the growing literature base targeting pediatric telehealth. It also touches on the value of school telehealth programs in offering remote monitoring for children with chronic issues, and it adds to new research targeting the advantages of telehealth in cities and suburban areas.

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