Automating communication for chronically ill patients not only gives them better access to care but improves the patient-provider relationship, says Twistle Medical Director Dr. John Janas.
Dr. Helen Riess, a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and founder of Empathetics, and Frank Cutitta, who was hospitalized for 100 days with COVID-19, discuss "institutionalized loneliness" and other emotional aftereffects of the pandemic.
Very Big Things Chief Creative Officer Renato Lopez says that in the age of digital retail and travel, users are expecting more from digital health apps.
This week's top stories include the House approving a bill that expands the scope of those who qualify for financial help, bad bots jeopardizing vaccine appointments, and PatientPoint merging with Outcome Health.
Dr. Derk Arts, founder and CEO of Castor, developer of automation tools for clinical trials research, describes its recent work with the WHO and how expanded access to its technology can improve health outcomes.
HIMSS TV contributor, entrepreneur and patient advocate Kate Milliken shares her COVID-19 journey and how she talked her doctor into prescribing monoclonal antibody treatment.
Similar to when doctors made house calls, telehealth is bringing about a more personalized world where healthcare is once again coming to the patient, says RingCentral's John Poli.
There has been an uptake of remote triage and virtual consultations across primary care, and Dr. Minal Bakhai, GP and clinical director for digital-first primary care NHS England, discusses the key steps that have been taken to ensure best practices.
Here's a look at what Johns Hopkins' website offers that enabled it to grow visits to more than 38 million in seven months – plus advice on what you can do at your organization.
COVID-19 has heightened public interest in vaccine and therapeutic research, and it's time to build on that engagement, finding new ways to enroll volunteers in other clinical trials, says CCT President CJ Anderson.