Telehealth

By Dave Muoio 01:34 pm September 03, 2020
Biofourmis has restructured its business to pursue its original focus on data-driven patient monitoring alongside its more recent interest in standalone and companion digital therapeutics.
By Kat Jercich 10:27 am September 03, 2020
The SF-based health tech company says its telemedicine platform saw double-digit growth during the pandemic.
By Kat Jercich 04:20 pm September 02, 2020
The VirtualCheckup program combines telemedicine, clinical diagnostics, and COVID-19 and depression screenings to offer users preventive care.
By Dean Koh 01:30 pm September 02, 2020
The funds will be used to advance the deep tech and clinical validation of the startup’s Am Mindfulness meditation app.
By Kat Jercich 11:43 am September 02, 2020
In a study, researchers also found this telemonitoring reduced hypertension more than usual care.
Telehealth helps one provider org overcome rural and pandemic challenges

Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center in Owen, Wisconsin.

By Bill Siwicki 11:36 am September 02, 2020
Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center is using FCC award funds to expand its Polycom device-based program to keep patients on schedule with mental health and general care.

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By Kat Jercich 04:44 pm September 01, 2020
Using the Mount Sinai De-Identified COVID-19 database, researchers examined information from more than 52,000 unique patients who sought care between March and May.
By Kat Jercich 10:26 am September 01, 2020
Other major challenges include remote patient monitoring, interoperability, real-time data analytics, work-from-home resources and patient surveillance, according to a new KLAS report.
How a hardware overhaul made much more telemedicine possible at a small health center

The outpatient building at the Central Kansas Mental Health Center.

By Bill Siwicki 11:28 am August 31, 2020
“We have doubled the number of patients seen on a daily basis because of the telehealth capabilities,” said Central Kansas Mental Health Center’s IT director.
Telehealth keeps I/DD patients close with their docs during pandemic

Jackie Fahey, director of clinic services at The Arc Madison Cortland in Oneida, New York.

By Bill Siwicki 11:44 am August 28, 2020
The Arc Madison Cortland is using virtual care to connect intellectual/developmental disability patients with providers who understand the nuances of that dual diagnosis.