Patient Access relates to Telehealth

Mobile app helps rural patients with pre- and post-op care

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center's new workflow includes a customized app for surgical patients who don’t have easy access to physicians.

Apple Health Records: Where early adopters see the biggest impact so far

With 39 hospitals using the health record in an iPhone and many changes predicted for the future of EHRs, here’s a look at what first movers have found.

VA finalizes telehealth rule to let providers practice across state lines

The final rule will override state laws to create a nationwide telehealth program to improve care access and reduce wait times for veterans.

HLTH takeaways for hospital CIOs and IT pros

EHRs in app stores, a new type of supply chain and interoperability’s need for new expertise are on the horizon.

NewYork-Presbyterian adds more telemedicine-equipped mobile stroke care vehicles

When every second counts, treating stroke patients in an ambulance setting with telemedicine means the median time between vehicle arrival to treatment with the clot-busting drug tPA is 31 minutes.

Telehealth use on rise for behavioral health

The lack of telemedicine's accessibility can negatively affect patient engagement and follow-through in care, according to new research.

House passes bills to improve VA data sharing and support EHR modernization

The bills, introduced by the Committee on Veterans Affairs, also give legislative authority for VA providers to practice telemedicine across state lines.