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Telehealth

MaineHealth Telehealth aims be an innovative hub for patient-centered healthcare delivery. Telehealth improves access to high-quality and affordable healthcare close-to-home by integrating advanced telemedicine technology into patient care models:

  • Virtual Visits: Patients and providers see and talk to each from a mobile device or computer
  • Home Monitoring: Patient’s vital signs and activity levels are monitored and recorded by providers
  • eConsults: Provider to provider consults from within EPIC
  • Project ECHO: Connects providers via video conference to build capacity and share best practices

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MaineHealth awarded nearly $1M by National Institutes of Health to study COVID-19 testing in higher risk communities
The Maine Medical Center Research Institute study will focus on how to improve access and use of COVID-19 tests in vulnerable communities.
Franklin Community Health Network Offering Vaccines at the Farmington Fair
A new fixture at Maine’s agricultural fairs alongside the harness racing, farm animals and food are COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
Pen Bay Medical Center Earns National Recognition for Efforts to Improve Management of Atrial Fibrillation
The American Heart Association presents Get With the Guidelines-AFIB Gold award for commitment to prioritizing quality care for AFIB patients.
UMF walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic taking place Saturday, September 18
Individuals ages 18+ are eligible to get one of two types of vaccine.