Sudden Future

Cannabis and Placebo Similar in Reducing Pain in Sickle Cell Disease Patients

July 17, 2020

The findings suggest cannabis should be further investigated as an alternative to opioids.

Coronavirus, Racial Disparity in Sickle Cell Disease

July 04, 2020

A look at the risks patients face due to the pandemic—and what minority patients may face daily.

Telemedicine Offers New Hope For Burnout Reduction During COVID-19

June 22, 2020

A trio of clinicians discuss what needs to occur for telemedicine to be seen as a positive in reducing burnout during the ongoing pandemic.

Psychiatry Sets a Standard for Future Telemedicine Use

June 22, 2020

Many tools are becoming available to psychiatrists who need to strengthen their reach of care outside the office.

Streamlined EHR Could Help Drive Better Patient Care

June 22, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated plans to make changes within their electronic health record system for a trio of Saint Louis University doctors.

When Telemedicine Began in the US

June 22, 2020

A 20-year dream becomes a necessity in the days after COVID-19 began to spike. Who helped to bring it practice, and what does it look like now?

Telemedicine Tools Emerging in Medical School

June 22, 2020

Artificial intelligence has the potential to enhance many aspects of healthcare in the US, including patient and clinical outcomes, while reducing costs.

COVID-19 Proved Doctors are Ready for Telemedicine

June 22, 2020

The surprise surrounding healthcare’s embrace of technology in past months does not consider how willing physicians are to find and use the right tools.

Sudden Future: The Rise of Telemedicine During COVID-19

June 19, 2020

Our seven-part series on how the pandemic brought about telemedicine in US healthcare, and what its future use looks like.

Biree Andemariam, MD: Ongoing Concerns Related to COVID-19 and Sickle Cell

May 12, 2020

A discussion on unanswered questions and concerns among clinicians related to sickle cell disease and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.