Telehealth and Digital Health Care
We're dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of the communities we serve. Leveraging our leadership in telehealth and using an integrated approach to education and research, our innovative program serves as a model for organizations worldwide.
Autism Tele-ECHO Program Launching in 2019 — The UC Davis MIND Institute is launching a telehealth education program aimed at helping community hospital clinicians care for children with autism. Physicians receive one-on-one telementoring with UC Davis specialists.
|Tele-Ophthalmology Launched at UC Davis Midtown Clinic — A new tele-ophthalmology program in Sacramento aims to improve early screening for diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of vision loss among working-age adults. Faculty collaborator Glenn Yiu has partnered with the Primary Care Network to launch the innovative program.|
|Telehealth Director Accepted into Health Care Leadership Program — Center for Health and Technology Director James Marcin, M.D., is one of 32 clinical leaders who have been accepted into the California Health Care Foundation's two-year Health Care Leadership Program.|
|Tele-Behavioral Health for American Indians Affected by Mental Illness (Tele-AIMI) Grant — Our team has been awarded a three-year grant for a research study that will evaluate the impact of adult and pediatric tele-behavioral health consultations on patient-centered outcomes.|