Pioneering in-home stroke care

By Darren Larsen, R.N., OHSU Stroke Center Mike Dickinson doesn’t have to go any farther than his home office to see his OHSU neurologist and stroke nurse for checkups. The White City,...

OHSU Telemedicine Network is a lifesaver for Medford Man

By Kory Herrick, M.D. When 64-year-old David DeNoma awoke to a loud ringing in his head, he knew something was wrong.  He tried to get out of bed, but the room was spinning so violently that he...

OHSU’s Most Read Blog Posts of 2013

2013 was a momentous year for OHSU researchers, faculty, students and patients. From state legislation and a new Portland walk-in clinic, to the story of a baby's life saved by technology, here's...

Visualize this: Telemedicine shows physicians the whole picture

As a neonatal-perinatal fellow, I quickly learned that my expertise and ability to help infants extended well beyond the physical walls of OHSU Doerbecher Children’s Hospital. Hospitals from...

Telemedicine brings stroke expertise bedside

By Hormozd Borzorgchami, M.D. Just a few days after a stroke left Emil Evans paralyzed from the tip of his right toe to the tip of his right finger, he was back raking leaves in the yard of his...

Telemedicine speeds stroke research and treatment

By Wayne Clark, M.D. Earlier this month, the OHSU Telemedicine Network treated two stroke cases that demonstrate how tele-stroke technology can assist in the development of new therapies and expand...