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One Patient’s Story: Why Connection Matters in Orthopedic Telehealth

Junko Horvath, a certified financial planner at Fujiyama Wealth Management, is active and enjoys getting outside and exploring nature. So, when she injured her knee a few months ago on a hike, she quickly...

Medicare Expands Coverage for Telehealth Visits

Telehealth visits are becoming increasingly popular in the midst of COVID-19. The safety and convenience of speaking with a medical provider from the comfort of your own living room has many patients signing up...

Telehealth Keeps Patients and Providers Connected during Pandemic

A Surge in Telehealth Visits Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Emory Healthcare has experienced a surge in telehealth visits, with more than 215,000 visits conducted between patients and their health care providers from mid-March through...

Emory Connected Care: Virtual Medical Visits through Telehealth

Taking good care of yourself, seeing a doctor when something’s not right, and taking your medicine as prescribed are all vital to good health. So, why would you stop during a global pandemic? It...

How Telehealth Can Help You: A Message from the Emory Transplant Center

If you haven’t used telehealth yet, what’s stopping you? It’s a convenient, easy way to receive the high-quality care you have come to expect from Emory Transplant Center – from the safety and comfort...

How Emory Transplant Center is Keeping Your Safety First

Emory Transplant Center is committed to your safety and well-being—especially now, when COVID-19 has created so much concern in our communities. We want you to know the steps we are taking to maintain the...

Emory Brain Health Center Offering Telehealth Appointments through Emory Connected Care

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of telehealth has played an important role in patient care throughout the Brain Health Center and Emory Healthcare overall. Our use of telemedicine has soared...

Health at Home: Bringing PTSD Care to Warriors

Many veterans and service members have survived traumatic situations, and experiencing trauma may have significant implications for mental health. An estimated 1 in 3 warriors struggles with invisible wounds, such as posttraumatic stress disorder...

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