Published on in Vol 22, No 9 (2020): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/20143, first published .
Rapid Implementation and Innovative Applications of a Virtual Intensive Care Unit During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Case Study

Rapid Implementation and Innovative Applications of a Virtual Intensive Care Unit During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Case Study

Rapid Implementation and Innovative Applications of a Virtual Intensive Care Unit During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Case Study

Journals

  1. Sasangohar F, Dhala A, Zheng F, Ahmadi N, Kash B, Masud F. Use of telecritical care for family visitation to ICU during the COVID-19 pandemic: an interview study and sentiment analysis. BMJ Quality & Safety 2021;30(9):715 View
  2. Vahidy F, Jones S, Tano M, Nicolas J, Khan O, Meeks J, Pan A, Menser T, Sasangohar F, Naufal G, Sostman D, Nasir K, Kash B. Rapid Response to Drive COVID-19 Research in a Learning Health Care System: Rationale and Design of the Houston Methodist COVID-19 Surveillance and Outcomes Registry (CURATOR). JMIR Medical Informatics 2021;9(2):e26773 View
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  4. Campbell-Yeo M, Dol J, Richardson B, McCulloch H, Hundert A, Foye S, Dorling J, Afifi J, Bishop T, Earle R, Elliott Rose A, Inglis D, Kim T, Leighton C, MacRae G, Melanson A, Simpson D, Smit M, Whitehead L. A co-design of clinical virtual care pathways to engage and support families requiring neonatal intensive care in response to the COVID-19 pandemic (COVES study). Journal of Neonatal Nursing 2021 View
  5. Bridges K, McSwain J. Telemedicine for Anesthesiologists. Anesthesiology Clinics 2021;39(3):583 View
  6. Tong W, Kapur S, Fleet A, Russo S, Khedagi A, Blinderman C, Nakagawa S. Perspectives of Remote Volunteer Palliative Care Consultants during COVID: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2021 View
  7. Cherniwchan H. Harnessing New and Existing Virtual Platforms to Meet the Demand for Increased Inpatient Palliative Care Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A 5 Key Themes Literature Review of the Characteristics and Barriers of These Evolving Technologies. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine® 2021:104990912110366 View
  8. Pilosof N, Barrett M, Oborn E, Barkai G, Pessach I, Zimlichman E. Inpatient Telemedicine and New Models of Care during COVID-19: Hospital Design Strategies to Enhance Patient and Staff Safety. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(16):8391 View