A recently published JAMIA paper argues that design, implementation and policy considerations must be taken into account when developing virtual care technology.
Although most providers say telehealth is positively influencing clinical outcomes, many say challenges remain – from workflow to reimbursement rates.
As COVID-19 surges and supply lines become critical, health system leaders are working toward real-time visibility and predictive tools for inventory, pricing, lead times and demand trends.
Although it may seem counterintuitive, telemedicine can act as a bridge between vulnerable pregnant people and their providers.
The initiative is an expansion of a partnership earlier this year to develop face masks and nasopharyngeal swabs that could be printed on production-level equipment.
The company's NUCLeUS platform includes new telestration capabilities that allow multiple users to annotate live stream videos or still images simultaneously.
The artificial kidneys can be wearable, implanted, bioengineered, developed as a xenotransplant or chimera organ, or created using a different approach.
A KLAS report finds that most health systems rely on a mishmash of artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to meet their needs.
"As these machines learn, we feel like there is going to be a change in expectation," said Bakul Patel, director of the FDA's Digital Health Center of Excellence.
At a meeting of the agency's Patient Engagement Advisory Committee, officials stressed the necessity of ensuring there's diversity in the data used to train algorithms.