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preferred title Medical Director, Telemedicine
research overview Dr. Portnoy has done research in environmental assessment and interventions as a treatment for respiratory conditions such as asthma and allergic rhinittis. Dr. Portnoy also helped to develop a home environmental assessment program. He started the pollen and mold count for the Kansas City area and has published numerous papers on the effect of climate change on aeroallergens. More recently, Dr. Portnoy has written about Telemedicine as a new model for delivering care and he also has been involved in evidence-based medicine as a co-author of systematic reviews and the development of practice parameters for allergy. His current projects involve new ways to diagnose and treat patients with food allergy and better ways to interpret and use diagnostic tests using a Bayesian approach.

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Concept Telemedicine
Academic Article TeleAllergy: a new way to manage asthma.
Academic Article Telemedicine is as effective as in-person visits for patients with asthma.
Academic Article American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Position Paper on the Use of Telemedicine for Allergists.
Academic Article Tips for Seeing Patients via Telemedicine.
Academic Article Administering a Telemedicine Program.
Academic Article Telemedicine Improves Allergy Care for Hospitalized Patients.
Academic Article Is Telemedicine as Effective as Usual Care?
Academic Article Tele-Allergy: Here Today and Rapidly Advancing.
Academic Article The Medical Virtualist: Is Pediatric Patient Care Using Telemedicine, a New Specialty?
Academic Article Telemedicine for Allergy Services to Rural Communities.
Academic Article The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown of Telemedicine in Asthma and Allergy Practice.
Academic Article Telemedicine for General Pediatrics.
Academic Article Telemedicine and emerging technologies for health care in allergy/immunology.
Academic Article Benefits and risks of incorporating virtual visits into an allergy/immunology practice.
Academic Article Telemedicine in the Era of COVID-19.
Academic Article COVID-19: Pandemic Contingency Planning for the Allergy and Immunology Clinic.
Academic Article A Phased Approach to Resuming Suspended Allergy/Immunology Clinical Services.
Academic Article Telemedicine in School for Asthma Education.
Academic Article A Review of Patient and Provider Satisfaction with Telemedicine.
Academic Article Ten Rules for Implementation of a Telemedicine Program to Care for Patients with Asthma.
Academic Article Patient and Clinician Attitudes Toward Telemedicine for Allergy and Immunology.
Academic Article The Regulatory Environment of Telemedicine After COVID-19.
Academic Article Teleallergy: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?
Academic Article Could Telemedicine Be Here to Stay? Understanding the Rapidly Changing Landscape of Telemedicine in Allergy and Immunology Practice.
Academic Article Computer-Assisted Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment.
Academic Article Telemedicine beyond the pandemic: challenges in the pediatric immunology clinic.

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