By Jennifer DeYoung – The pandemic forced providers to reimagine patient care. Once regulatory flexibility was granted — COVID-19 unleashed a revolution in virtual care. But is all the virtual care hype moving us towards a more equitable health care system for those who don’t have good access to care now?Read More
Digital Health & Telemedicine
By Fred Lizza – Clinicians in healthcare settings typically have information coming at them from all directions, at all times, and often with little distinction as to the level of urgency. It makes for inefficiency and confusion for today’s busy doctor.
We are seeking out the latest developments around Telemedicine. How is telemedicine used to benefit patients and care givers? News from Bluestream Health, Redox, Greenway Health, NextGen Healthcare, American Telemedicine Association, American Medical Association, KipuHealth, INFORMS, Livongo, 98point6, MDLIVE Inc., SOC Telemed, Tyto Care, and more.
By Laura Kreofsky – FCC issued a Public Notice to provide more information on the Connected Care Pilot Program, which provides $100M to eligible healthcare providers to extend and enhance broadband in support of telehealth.
By Julieta Ducasa – Not a lot of positives have come out of the coronavirus pandemic. But telehealth has emerged as a bright spot, both for healthcare organizations and the communities they serve.
We are seeking out the latest developments around Telemedicine. How is telemedicine used to benefit patients and care givers? News from Updox, Amwell, Tyto Care, Andor Health, American Telemedicine Association, Reliq Health Technologies, HealthView Technologies, Boostlingo and more.
We are seeking out the latest developments around Telemedcine. How is telemedicine used to benefit patients and care givers? News from MeMD, OnCall Health, Futuro Health, MDLIVE Inc., American Telemedicine Association, Eagle Telemedicine, SOC Telemed, Centene Corporation, Greenfield Groves, American Board of Telehealth, 24HourDocs.com, Accumen, StreamMD and more.
By Justin Williams – There is something of a diaspora going on in the world of medical monitoring. Instruments that used to be clustered into hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices are starting to spread throughout the consumer world, and medical professionals are beginning to take notice.
Twenty-three of the nation’s leading healthcare experts released their much-anticipated final report on Tuesday, September 15, identifying challenges and opportunities for telehealth in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.