Telehealth

Mayo Clinic neonatology telehealth services
By Bill Siwicki 03:43 pm August 21, 2017
Pre-term infants, newborns with respiratory distress and babies who require advanced resuscitation located in community hospitals get the specialty care they need through video.
CDC live video classes
By Mike Miliard 12:48 pm August 21, 2017
The telehealth company says group video calls will enable more people to take advantage of the federal program, which outfits patients with Fitbits, wireless scales and a mobile app to keep track of diet.
telehealth helps with ER wait times
By Bill Siwicki 01:58 pm August 17, 2017
While the average emergency room wait times for low-acuity patients were up to two-and-a-half hours at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, the provider’s Telehealth Express Care service can get patients in and out in 35 minutes.
telemedicine had minimal benefits
By Jessica Davis 03:56 pm August 16, 2017
While telehealth is touted as a way to reduce care costs and doctor’s visits, a study from the University of Wisconsin revealed telemedicine may be falling short in other areas.
Jon Linkous steps down
By Bill Siwicki 02:28 pm August 07, 2017
After 24 years as leader, Linkous will leave the organization he helped form.
VA telehealth

The new app was announced at a press conference at the White House on Wednesday.

By Tom Sullivan 03:05 pm August 03, 2017
The President and the Veterans Affairs secretary also announced a new telehealth app and said they are rolling out another nationwide.
top telehealth platforms
By Bill Siwicki 10:10 am August 02, 2017
We asked company leaders from American Well to Zipnosis to explain how their services work, and why they are seeing a surge in telehealth interest.
Google Glass in healthcare

Photo via Tedeytan on Flickr

By Mike Miliard 12:48 pm July 19, 2017
Dignity Health, Sutter Health and others say Glass Enterprise Edition – which now features a detachable module that can work with other eyewear – has helped with efficiency and allowed doctors to focus more on patients.

Adventist Health in Roseville, California. Photo via Google Maps

By Bernie Monegain 10:24 am July 17, 2017
Virtual care startup lands $8 million in the second round of funding to further develop its platform.
NewYork-Presbyterian telehealth services
By Tom Sullivan 03:10 pm July 14, 2017
The service enables parents or caregivers and pediatric patients to conduct virtual visits by using a high definition video-conference technology.

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