Telehealth

The Medical University of South Carolina's tele-ICU has demonstrated significant quality improvements in the state, saving hundreds of lives.

By Bill Siwicki 09:25 am January 17, 2019
The health system saw an opportunity to leverage Information Technology Infrastructure Library best practices and key concepts to improve its remote care.
By Diana Manos 01:23 pm January 16, 2019
PerfectServe plans to integrate Telmediq’s technology into its cloud-based care team collaboration platform.  
By Susan Morse 04:21 pm January 14, 2019
"There have been key moments when being a woman was not an advantage," she says.    
Healthcare worker using computer.
By Susan Morse 05:09 pm January 11, 2019
The healthcare industry is on the cusp of significant change in telehealth as both Congress and CMS have come around to virtual health's power.
HIMSS19 Champion of Health
By Mike Miliard 10:24 am January 04, 2019
Among his pre-show predictions? It's finally telehealth's time to shine. "It's the overnight success story that was 30 years in the making."
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By Bill Siwicki 09:02 am December 27, 2018
NewYork-Presbyterian, UPMC and Thibodaux executives discuss the advantages and imperatives of creating wide-ranging telehealth programs.
Telehealth solves psychiatrist shortage for Impower, and much more
By Bill Siwicki 12:26 pm December 10, 2018
Telemedicine technology has reduced patient no-shows by 50 percent, limited new patient wait times to less than 48 hours, and saved $150,000 in overhead in six months.
HIMSS Davies
By Diana Manos 08:52 am December 10, 2018
With a tele-ICU program, A/V tech and predictive analytics, the system reported 297,613 fewer ICU days and saved an estimated 15,000 lives.
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By Mike Miliard 03:30 pm December 04, 2018
The move comes as the AMA has published new data about how many physicians are actually using telemedicine technology.
Telemedicine consults have grown 73 percent annually over the last five years at the Kansas City children's hospital.
By Bill Siwicki 11:13 am December 04, 2018
Telemedicine consults have grown 73 percent annually over the last five years at the Kansas City children's hospital.

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