Survey: Americans’ perceptions of telehealth in the COVID-19 era
By Bill Siwicki 12:09 pm April 03, 2020
Nearly three-quarters of respondents said they’d consider using telehealth to be remotely screened for COVID-19, and two-thirds said the pandemic has increased their willingness to try virtual care the Clearlink survey found.
By Fred Bazzoli 03:55 pm April 02, 2020
Some health systems foresee delayed implementation efforts because they lack the bandwidth right now to plan for them – but some technologies, particularly telehealth, are in high demand.
Senior doing telehealth consultation
By Dave Muoio 10:14 am April 01, 2020
The proposal would fully fund telehealth services and devices for eligible healthcare providers, although some aren't pleased with its exclusion of for-profit hospitals.
CPSI gives away new telemedicine system to combat the pandemic
By Bill Siwicki 11:45 am March 31, 2020
The health IT vendor and its subsidiary Get Real Health have unveiled, free to provider organizations through 2020.
By Mike Miliard 03:26 pm March 30, 2020
To help private-practice physicians manage the operational and business challenges posed by the coronavirus emergency, the American Medical Association has put together several new resources to help practices stay strong.
A guide to telehealth vendors in the age of COVID-19
By Bill Siwicki 01:22 pm March 30, 2020
Healthcare IT News offers this listing of telemedicine companies that can help hospitals and other provider organizations deliver quality virtual care.
By Nathan Eddy 11:42 am March 30, 2020
Telehealth was singled out as a way to reduce the number of cases entering medical facilities, and to provide a mechanism to monitor and track patients under care in home quarantine.
Telehealth group practice offers free care to seniors nationwide during crisis
By Bill Siwicki 11:54 am March 27, 2020
CCS Healthcare is treating Medicare patients, and not charging any co-pays or other fees to patients.
By Bill Siwicki 12:45 pm March 26, 2020
Olympia, Washington-based Physicians of Southwest Washington is taking advantage of a health IT vendor’s free tech in an effort to gain efficiencies in coronavirus triaging and to see patients remotely.
By Fred Bazzoli 10:37 am March 25, 2020
A screen mounted to a mobile cart can enable physicians to assess patients at a safe distance – even when they're both in the same healthcare facility.

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