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Telemedicine Reports


Title Abbreviation
Telemed Rep
ISSN
2692-4366
Readership
Health Service Researchers, Informaticists, Researchers
Scope
Telemedicine Reports is the leading open-access peer-reviewed journal for telemedicine research, education, and implementation science reports. Particular emphasis of the journal will be dedicated to the successful development and integration of telehealth technologies and applications into healthcare settings, with the goal of improving the efficacy, efficiency, and effectiveness of improving patient health outcomes. These goals can only be achieved through multidisciplinary and global research and education efforts, reflecting the diversity of patient populations, healthcare systems, and research methodologies that are impacted by telehealth. Telemedicine Reports supports the global and diverse nature of telemedicine and its goal of bringing healthcare to anyone, anywhere, anytime by being a fully open access publication; our goal is to disseminate research results online and free of cost to readers in the most timely fashion. Telemedicine Reports topic areas include: Implementation science research; Comparative effectiveness research; Education, training & core competencies; Clinical trends & applications; Mobile health, sensors & wearable apps; Cost effectiveness & methods; Human factors & ergonomics studies; Telehealth technology developments & evaluation.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Telemedicine Association (ATA)
Publisher Name
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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