Thursday, December 8, 2011

Smartphones and Improving Neurologic Care on ReachMD

You won't want to miss this excellent ReachMD program titled, "Smartphones and Improving Neurologic Care." You don't have to be a neurologist to appreciate the pearls that are shared by Dr. Busis. I was driving this morning when I heard the program. Here's a brief summary:

Is there an app for helping your patients improve their health? In fact, there are many. Dr. Neil Busis, chief of the division of neurology, department of medicine, at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Shadyside and Practice and Technology editor of AAN.com, talks with host Dr. Anthony Alessi about the latest mobile technologies used to monitor patient experiences with chronic neurological issues, such as migraines and epileptic seizures. They also discuss how even standard smartphone functions can be used to improve the health and medical care of patients, and why text messaging is changing healthcare around the world.

You can hear the program on ReachMD online here.

This program is part of the NeuroFrontiers series on ReachMD.

NeuroFrontiers is produced in collaboration with the American Academy of Neurology and explores new research, diagnosis and treatment in all areas of neurological disease. This series also addresses the most relevant clinical topics, trends, news and advances pertaining to all areas of the practice of Neurology.

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