Telehealth

By Mike Miliard 09:23 am March 25, 2019
Whether it's after-hours coverage at skilled nursing facilities or connected tools for home health monitoring, remote care technology is reaching maturation just when it will be needed most.
By Jeff Lagasse 02:59 pm March 20, 2019
As transformative as the technology can be, providers need to be cautious not to lose the human element in their care delivery.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 02:15 pm March 20, 2019
With increasing buzz around population health and social determinants of health, those two forces are poised to change philosophies around care delivery and how a hospital or health system works to keep the surrounding community healthy.
Telemedicine consultation.
By Jeff Lagasse 11:14 am March 19, 2019
Until November, reimbursement for remote patient monitoring services was a gray area for providers, but the picture is becoming clear.
By Mike Miliard 11:12 am March 19, 2019
The company will help the academic medical center build out its Medicare Advantage plan, as well as developing new AI-powered diagnostics, clinical pathways and more.
Telemedicine reduces ICU mortality rate at Valley Health
By Bill Siwicki 03:41 pm March 18, 2019
During the first year of tele-ICU, the technology helped save 125 lives, reduce ICU length of stay by 34 percent, reduce the sepsis mortality rate, and more.
Senior using telemedicine blood pressure cuff.
By Jonah Comstock 02:10 pm March 15, 2019
The program uses a mix of home visits and telehealth technologies to bring more services to the home.

Credit: Samitivej Hospital Group

By Dean Koh 05:07 am March 14, 2019
Samitivej Hospital Group, a private hospital brand in Thailand with a network of eight hospitals and owned by Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS), recently announced the launch of its one-stop Virtu
By Deirdre Fulton 10:19 am March 13, 2019
Despite its clear potential to improve access to high-quality care in underserved communities, telehealth is underutilized by safety-net providers due to a range of barriers, according to a new report from the RAND Corpo
By Bill Siwicki 03:16 pm March 11, 2019
At the hospital's inflammatory bowel disease center, providers can now deliver better care to patients with delicate conditions.

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