Telehealth

By Mike Miliard 05:33 pm June 11, 2020
In a study from Mayo Clinic Proceedings, NYU Langone and Doctor on Demand show how patients are finding value in virtual care, with many citing a rewarding rapport with their provider.
By Kat Jercich 12:13 pm June 11, 2020
The cloud IT company said it developed the athenaTelehealth technology in response to a 3,400% uptick in telehealth visits across its customer network from mid-February to April.
Security professional at a workstation
By Kat Jercich 03:34 pm June 10, 2020
Experts say the coronavirus pandemic acts like "blood in the water" for cybercriminals looking to exploit tech vulnerabilities.
Senior patient talking to woman doctor.
By Laura Lovett 05:33 pm June 09, 2020
Providence's Dr. Matthew Gonzales discusses how using informative video clips is helping patients plan for the future at HIMSS20 Digital.  
By Kat Jercich 04:52 pm June 08, 2020
David Smith, executive director for the Medicaid Transformation Project, says vulnerable people are being left behind by the telehealth revolution – and it's vital to address systemic racism, language barriers and social determinants of health.
By Laura Lovett 02:54 pm June 08, 2020
CNBC is reporting that AmWell is looking to go public in September.
By Dean Koh 02:01 am June 08, 2020
In the fourth episode of the HIMSS APAC Digital Dialogue Series hosted by Dr Charles Alessi, HIMSS Chief Clinical Officer, guest speakers Professor Dr Tunku Kamarul Zaman bin Tunku Zainol Abidin,
Patient with one medical professional in an office and another on-screen
By Mike Miliard 04:39 pm June 05, 2020
More than three-dozen HEDIS measures have been adjusted to reflect new telemedicine services in response to COVID-19 and better align with the realities of virtual care delivery.
By Tammy Lovell 12:14 pm June 05, 2020
The service allows NHS clinicians to organise secure remote consultations via webcam.
A domed state capital building
By Mike Miliard 11:14 am June 05, 2020
The group tells CMS and Congress that two-dozen "cumbersome" regulations, many related to telehealth, that were waived or relaxed in response to COVID-19 should stay that way.