Healthcare IT News July 28, 2021
Bill Siwicki

Dr. Mariea Snell’s patients nationwide need only a smartphone to connect via text or video for complete care. She discusses her work training the tech-enabled clinicians of tomorrow.

For years, Dr. Mariea Snell, a telehealth clinician at the Maven Clinic and assistant director of the Online Doctor of Nursing Practice Program at Maryville University, worked in an inner-city public health clinic. She and her colleagues were incredibly busy every day.

THE PROBLEM

Even though they were quite busy, she noticed that most of the patients who did not show for their appointment were women. The female patients struggled with many family and work responsibilities that got in the way of them being able to care for their health. Women often feel...

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