Spurred by COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth becomes mainstream at Madison clinics, hospitals

Maria Stanley telehealth

“It was awesome. It saves us from having to take time off work and having to travel,” said Nicole Gantz, whose 8-year-old son Joshua has Down syndrome and an attention disorder.

Nicole and Joshua visited with Maria Stanley, a developmental behavioral pediatrician in the Waisman Clinics, using telehealth – a remote and interactive way to administer healthcare services. The visit took place by video, reducing potential spread of the coronavirus and sparing their family an 180-mile round trip from Iowa.

Learn how telehealth is becoming mainstream for Madison clinics and hospitals: