Telehealth in Emergency Medicine: The Current and Future State (Telehealth Interest Group Sponsored)

Authors
  • Emily Hayden, MD, MHPE

  • Judd E. Hollander

    Thomas Jefferson University

    Judd E. Hollander, MD, is Senior Vice President of Healthcare Delivery Innovation at TJU and Associate Dean for Strategic Health Initiatives at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University and Professor & Vice Chair of Finance and Healthcare Enterprises in the Department of Emergency Medicine, where responsibilities include the JeffConnect Telemedicine Program and Jefferson Urgent Care. He graduated from New York University Medical School in 1986, completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Barnes Hospital in 1989, and an Emergency Medicine Residency at Jacobi Hospital in 1992. His research interests include innovative care delivery models (including telemedicine), risk stratification of patients with potential cardiovascular disease; cocaine associated cardiovascular complications; and laceration and wound management. Dr. Hollander has published over 550 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and editorials on these and other topics. Dr. Hollander was President of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, chaired the SAEM Program Committee and Emergency Medicine Foundation Scientific Review Committee and was Deputy Editor for the Annals of Emergency Medicine, and co-chaired the National Quality Forum (NQF) committee to create a framework to support measure development for telehealth. Dr. Hollander was the awarded the ACEP Award for Outstanding Research in 2001, the Hal Jayne SAEM Academic Excellence Award in 2003 and the SAEM Leadership Award in 2011.
  • Claritza Rios, MD

  • Neel Naik, MD

    Dr. Neel Naik is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine. He completed his residency and simulation fellowship at New York University/Bellevue Hospital Center, where he developed skills in curriculum design and remediation. Dr. Naik is the Director of Simulation Education at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine, where he is developing and implementing an enterprise-wide telemedicine education platform as part of the Weill Cornell Medicine’s Center for Virtual Care. He is involved in telemedicine education nationally and directs telemedicine education for all medical students at Weill Cornell Medicine leading to him being awarded the 2019 SAEM Simulation Innovation Award. In addition to simulation education, Dr. Naik is interested in innovation in instructional design and all areas of medical education. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed publications in education, directs a national group studying telemedicine education for the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, and is a nationally known expert in this evolving topic.
  • Aditi Joshi, MD, MSc

  • Peter Greenwald, MD