Massachusetts General Hospital TeleHealth enables community providers and Mass General clinicians to provide high-quality, coordinated care to patients and families through virtual technology including: phone, video, text, email, mobile applications and remote monitoring.
Janet Wozniak, MD, conducting a virtual visit with a patient
Massachusetts General Hospital TeleHealth provides patients and consulting providers virtual options for access to the expertise of Mass General clinicians. Users of the TeleHealth service communicate, collaborate and share their information remotely using familiar and easy to use tools. These tools allow providers to interact with patients – and each other – in a way that is most convenient and best suited to the patient’s medical needs.
Connecting patients and providers, virtually anywhere
Innovative technology that fosters communication, builds relationships, improves access and convenience, and enhances patient care.
Patients may access providers for second opinions, or have virtual follow-up visits or remote monitoring with their existing providers. Mass General clinicians in selected departments are already using TeleHealth technology today. Mass General TeleHealth puts Mass General at the forefront of a national shift toward providing patients and the community high-quality, convenient virtual care options to augment the traditional ways in which medical care will be delivered.
Current programs include the following areas:
- Ambulatory Practice of the Future
- Brain Tumor Center
- Critical Care
- Pediatrics (MassGeneral Hospital for Children)
- Primary Care
For detailed program information, please contact us at MGHTeleHealth@partners.org
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