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By Matt Fisher – Remote patient (or physiologic per Medicare) monitoring is an area of telehealth receiving a fair amount of attention. The basic premise of RPM is to record and obtain physiologic data about in an individual in their daily life that is then fed to the care team, which in turn enables management of an identified condition.
By Josh Wildstein – COVID-19 and the subsequent events of 2020 changed every industry, but perhaps none more profound than the medical industry. While the beginnings of telehealth emerged decades ago, the sophistication with which we operate today is still relatively new.
By Matthew Albright – As healthcare costs continue to rise, surprise medical bills top the list of affordability concerns for a majority of Americans – two in three American adults worry about their ability to afford an unexpected medical bill, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
By Art Gross – As the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), approaches the 25th anniversary of its enactment, we thought we’d look into the history of this game-changer in the healthcare industry.
By Dr. Bernard Fuemmeler – At Virginia Commonwealth University’s Massey Cancer Center, we make it our responsibility to provide the best possible care to our patients. This commitment to patients includes a constant effort to improve our research capabilities.
By John Schwartz – Our healthcare system has evolved based upon the need for a visit, planned or impromptu, to a medical provider. The inefficiencies, glut of utilization and exponentially rising costs that flow from it as funded by the long-standing “fee-for-service” payment methodology have been well chronicled to date.
By Joel Barthelemy – Worried that telehealth will change your relationship with your patients? If so, you’re probably thinking of a recent patient visit. I’m guessing it went like this. As the patient sat on your exam table and described their symptoms, you listened carefully and maintained eye contact so they knew you were paying attention.
By William Hersh MD – The potential for AI to transform biomedicine and health is immense, yet at this time that potential remains largely unfulfilled. There have been many impressive achievements in applying AI to biomedical and health data using clean and well-curated data sets.