Mercy Executive Director of Innovative Care Dr. Tom Hale shares his vision for telemedicine. Mercy is expanding telemedicine to reach patients in rural areas and make health care more accessible and convenient. From intensive care patients to high risk pregnancies, Mercy’s telemedicine connects medical experts with patients who need care. You see Mercy Teleperinatal Director Dr. Jim Bartelsmeyer treat a patient 70 miles away from the hospital as he connects through telemedicine.
And you’ll see an architect rendering of the Virtual Care Center coming to Chesterfield, Missouri.
This series explores the latest science and technology news in the St. Louis area.
Exercise in a Pill May One Day Help with Obesity and Diabetes
Saint Louis University scientists are developing 'exercise in a pill'.
clEAR Games for Hearing Impaired Engage Ears for Auditory Brain Training
They aren't building hearing aids, clEAR is trying to develop a better brain. The company has developed computer games to help the hearing impaired.
Benefits of a Protein-Packed Breakfast Fuels Ideas for Start Right Foods
The power of protein for breakfast inspires St. Louis startup, Start Right Foods.
Telehealth Reduces Wait Times, Improves Care for Children with Autism
ECHO Autism helps families in rural areas by improving care for children with autism.
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Geniecast Gives Businesses Live, Interactive, Two-Way Video with Top Speakers and Experts
The technology behind FaceTime and Skype is now being repurposed by Geniecast. The company says it's giving smaller businesses access to big-time speakers!