Telehealth

PlushCare gives telehealth doctors an EMR just for them
By Jessica Davis 11:04 am April 25, 2017
The records platform, dubbed Lemur, makes it easier for physicians to access patient data during a telehealth visit.
NewYork-Presbyterian telehealth
By Tom Sullivan 10:22 am April 24, 2017
The network is working to make 20 percent of patient visits virtual, officials said.
By Jessica Davis 11:32 am April 21, 2017
Telemedicine may expand a patient’s access to care, but some providers are seeing more than they want to.
Sponsored by
By American Well 09:05 am April 12, 2017
In 2014, Cleveland Clinic initiated its consumer telehealth strategy, and since then has introduced new dimensions of care to engage its patients.
Rush University Medical Center
By Bernie Monegain 11:35 am April 05, 2017
Dubbed digital "e-visits" by executives, the primary care service is for minor ailments ranging from allergies to sunburn.
Palmetto Health lays out telehealth challenges

The Palmetto Health Baptist Columbia hospital in South Carolina.

By Jonah Comstock 09:15 am April 04, 2017
Palmetto Health execs say internal challenges made their own rollout a difficult process.
By Heather Mack 01:18 pm March 27, 2017
Even though emergency room professionals are providing video visits, the AnywhereCare app is actually intended for non-emergency ailments such as sore throats and respiratory illnesses.
UC Davis telemedicine
By Heather Mack 10:58 am March 23, 2017
Rather than only looking at how the technology reduces costs and improves outcomes, researches focused on related time, transportation and environmental factors. 
UC Riverside telemedicine Genentech

Clinicians at the University of California Riverside will use videoconferencing tools, such as Polycom RealPresence, to connect patients with a doctor. 

By Heather Mack 09:30 am March 15, 2017
With a grant from Genentech, UCR will use the program to determine whether it can effectively substitute in-person appointments with virtual visits for people with Multiple Sclerosis. 

Lori Uscher-Pines

By Jessica Davis 11:25 am March 09, 2017
While direct-to-consumer telehealth services may be convenient, it may actually increase healthcare costs and use, according to a new RAND Health study.

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