Telemedicine as Beneficial as In-Person Visits for Parkinson’s Patients

New research published online this week in JAMA Neurology aims to address the problem of the prevalent burden of neurological disorders paired with limited access to care by testing home telemedicine for patients with Parkinson’s’ disease.  The study, authored by researchers from Johns Hopkins University and conducted over seven months in patients’ homes and outpatient clinics, tested 20 patients with Parkinson’s disease with care from a specialist delivered remotely at home or in person at the clinic.  Read more here .