The Physician Portal offers tools to help providers work with MUSC.
Progressnotes Year in Review 2013 Telehealth Feature includes stories on:
This issue of Progressnotes (pdf) is dedicated entirely to the topic of Telehealth
The Medical University of South Carolina Office of Continuing Medical Education provides quality continuing medical education that will improve patient safety and enhance clinical outcomes by identifying and decreasing gaps between current clinical practice and optimal evidence based health care.
Programs are available for providers online at: http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/cme/programs/online.htm
The SCHOOLS videoconferencing system provides interactive programming for health care providers and community members across South Carolina. Participants are invited to take part in programs that feature local, state and national experts engaging in case-based dialogues designed to address the educational needs of community providers. Additional opportunities are provided to health professions students who are on rural, clinical rotations and to students who are interested in becoming health care professionals.
AHEC U is designed to help health care professionals with their busy and demanding schedules by offering self-paced, high quality, on-line courses which can be taken anytime, anywhere internet access is available.
Register for live videoconferences at: http://scahec.net/schools/
Recorded programs are available at http://www.scahec.net/schoolsregistration/Videos.aspx and through the online AHEC U portal at http://ahecu.org.
For more information about MUSC’s telemedicine programs, please contact MUSC Center for Telehealth at
Learn about our 7 key objectives for 2014 in Progressnotes Year in Review 2013.
Video: Telehealth throughout the state
In the News
The Post and Courier – June 23, 2014
Hospitals test different approaches to improve access in rural areas of South Carolina
myhorrynews.com – May 8, 2014
New Technology Links Conway Doctors to MUSC to Help Sick Kids