We are seeking out the latest developments around Telemedicine. How is telemedicine used to benefit patients and care givers? News from Mayo Clinic, Mozzaz, Greenway Health, ATA, Noteworth, Healthwise, Hippo Technologies, Amwell, Teladoc Health, Zipnosis and more.Read More
Digital Health & Telemedicine
By Rahul Varshneya – In 2020, healthcare practices across the United States rapidly scaled their virtual offerings in order to make care more accessible during COVID-19. As a result, traffic volumes soared to unmatched levels, with practices seeing 50 to 175 times the number of patients with telehealth than before the outbreak.
By Susan Beaton RN – The ongoing pandemic has ushered in many changes within healthcare, from the way care is delivered to how patients interact with the system. One prime example of this change is the massive surge in telehealth usage and the growing need, and appetite, for digital healthcare experiences.
By Joyoti Goswami – Spend a moment and think when was the last time you booked an airline ticket standing in a queue at the airline office or visited the bank for financial transactions?
By Joel Barthelemy – 100 years ago, a third of the world’s population became sick. One of the most disastrous pandemics in human history, the outbreak spread rapidly from nation to nation, infecting people even on remote islands. Today some experts believe it killed more people than both World Wars combined.
By Jeffrey Brady MD MPH – Questions are the answer—a simple concept that can apply to so many areas of our lives, but none more important than our healthcare. Through an ongoing collaboration with AHRQ, Google is piloting a new online tool to help patients plan for medical visits.
We are seeking out the latest developments around telemedicine. How is telemedicine used to benefit patients and care givers? News from Rhinogram, ModRN Health, Conversion Labs, ATA, SnapMD, MobileSmith Health, MDLive, SOC Telemed, Updox, GlobalMed and more.
By Devin Partida – The COVID-19 pandemic has presented the health care industry with some unique challenges while simultaneously being a technological turning point. Amid the chaos of the pandemic, medical systems around the world embraced new tech. One of the most promising of these advancements is virtual technology like telehealth and virtual reality.
By Matt Fisher – Building on years of hype and promise, telehealth began to get its moment in early 2020 when COVID-19 brought much of the healthcare system to a halt as a means of enabling care to be focused on the growing pandemic.