“You can’t find a provider that doesn’t want more patients paying in cash,” says the president of a new Web site that aims not only to link cash-paying patients to providers, but also to offer patients greater transparency for making a decision about where to seek medical care.
Fresh off a visit to the White House and a shout-out at this year’s American Telemedicine Association conference, American Well President and CEO Roy Schoenberg is eager to keep the momentum going for his Online Care product.
A healthcare price-comparison startup started by the founder of RelayHealth and the co-founder of athenahealth has raised $60 million in funding, including an investment from the Cleveland Clinic.
Allscripts CEO Glen Tullman talks with Bernie Monegain about the Chicago EHR vendor's merger with Eclipsys, announced June 9.
The global market for clinical decision support systems will increase dramatically over the coming years, from $137.5 million in 2009 to $364 million by 2016, according to a new report from market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Tufts Medical Center physicians are conducting live medical consultations with patients in earthquake-ravaged areas in Haiti from their facilities in Massachusetts.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has designated more than 1,800 physicians in roughly 500 practices across the state as patient-centered medical homes, the largest PCMH effort in the United States and one that has information technology at its core.
For the three million veterans living in rural areas, access to healthcare remains a key barrier, Rep. Michael F. Michaud (D-Maine), chairman of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Health, said in his opening remarks at a hearing Wednesday. But the use of wireless technology could help, he said.
The Center for Connected Health, a division of Partners Healthcare, announced Wednesday encouraging initial findings from a medication adherence study, using a wireless electronic pill bottle to remind patients with high blood pressure to take their medication.
Residents of Buena Vista, Lamar, Leadville and Del Norte, Colo. are among the latest wave of communities nationwide that have recently gained access to innovative telehealth services.