Conduct research with doxy.me
Work with our research team to conduct innovative telemedicine research.
Conducting research with doxy.me is simpler than ever
Here are some ways we can collaborate
PUBLISH USING OUR DATASETS
We regularly conduct research with our telemedicine provider users. Contact us to learn more and publish together.
CONDUCT RESEARCH WITH OUR PROVIDERS
With 1 Million telemedicine provider users, Doxy.me is an ideal partner for those wanting to conduct telemedicine research. Contact us to get started.
SUBMIT RESEARCH GRANTS WITH US
Our team has a proven track record of obtaining programmatic research funding. Contact us to submit a proposal together.
Check out our recent publications
Let’s publish together
In this viewpoint, we highlight research demonstrations of XR telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss future directions to make XR the next evolution of remote health care.
Telemental health providers use telemedicine daily as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, with expectations of continuing to use telemedicine in practice after the pandemic.
As telemedicine becomes ubiquitous in health care, innovative solutions are needed to overcome barriers that prevent providers from delivering patient-centered care and patients from feeling satisfied with their remote consultations.
Innovative solutions are needed to improve how telemental health providers that endorse following the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy treatment paradigm remotely assign homework and collect clinical data to increase their satisfaction via telemedicine.
Check our recent grants
Let’s submit a proposal together
The major goals of this project are to expand a web-based platform designed to improve provider implementation and patient engagement in homework, or between-session practice of skills learned during therapy, to include new features and therapeutic exercises for adult patients, develop a plan for its implementation and sustainment, and preliminarily evaluate it during a feasibility Optimization, Effectiveness, and Implementation (OEI) Hybrid trial.
The major goals of this project are to understand opportunities and barriers among clinical research stakeholders using a chatbot (i.e., Dokbot), and to adapt and iteratively refine a functional prototype of Dokbot for clinical research.
Our team is excited to work with you
Let’s discuss what we can bring to your team
Brian E. Bunnell, PhD
Director of Research
Triton Ong, PhD
Hiral Soni, PhD, MS, MBA
Julia Ivanova, PhD
Janelle F. Barrera, MPH, CPH
Hattie Wilczewski, BS