Continua Health Alliance officials say the company is creating an interoperable source code software library for mobile platforms.
Healthrageous, a new personalized health technology company, has landed $6 million in financing to bring to market technologies developed at the Boston-based Center for Connected Health, a division of Partners Healthcare.
BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York (BCBSWNY) and BlueShield of Northeastern New York (BSNENY) announced Wednesday the initial launch of Online Care NY, a new service which offers on-demand healthcare services to eligible members and employers.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will make $80 million available to test technology applications developed through a competition to find innovative solutions to VA's most pressing healthcare challenges, including homelessness, expanding online healthcare and strategies for treating kidney disease on an outpatient basis.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have extended The Joint Commission's requirement to implement CMS telemedicine standards for both general and critical access hospitals until March 2011.
CPM Marketing Group, a provider of healthcare customer relationship management (CRM) strategies, announced on Tuesday the first implementation of its Instant CRM system at Edward Hospital & Health Services in Naperville, Ill. The real-time behavioral targeting solution lets the hospital tailor its Web content to current and prospective...
Web tools that were developed as a result of the National Demonstration Project on the patient-centered medical home, an initiative by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and its subsidiary TransforMED, are featured in a report published on Monday that include all of the findings of the two-year project.
The ever-growing telemedicine market is getting a little more sophisticated these days, thanks in part to Polycom's latest offering.
A recent study finds that remote online visits with dermatologists achieved equivalent clinical outcomes for acne patients. Also, doctors and patients ranked the e-visits as convenient and time-saving and said they could be used as a model for chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.
The Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute will use a five-year, $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to explore whether school-based telemedicine sessions with doctors can help students in rural areas control their asthma.