Telehealth

Microsoft Chatbot
By Laura Lovett 06:31 pm April 20, 2020
Patients are screened about COVID-19 status and other health factors, then provided with information about the nearest donation station.  
The pandemic brought Gastro Health’s business to a halt – telehealth saved the day

Gastro Health, Miami, Florida.

By Bill Siwicki 12:03 pm April 20, 2020
Now, with telemedicine technology in place, the practice’s Florida locations alone are doing more than 5,000 tele-visits a week.

(Photo: VA.gov)

By Nathan Eddy 11:19 am April 20, 2020
Qualified veterans and their caregivers will receive Facebook's standalone Portal video-chatting device to reduce isolation and improve social connectedness at home.

Credit: Stephen Dawson

By Sophie Porter 05:04 am April 20, 2020
Also, Google blocks millions of scam COVID-19 emails.
Doctor in mask doing teleconference
By Dave Muoio 04:02 pm April 17, 2020
The COVID-19 Telehealth Program and the Connected Care Pilot Program together are set to invest $300 million so that healthcare providers can reach the patients in greatest need of virtual-care services.
By Bill Siwicki 11:56 am April 17, 2020
The head of the pediatric practice describes the choice to implement telemedicine as a way to improve patient experience – a choice that turned out to be a valuable investment as coronavirus spread.
By Mike Miliard 05:01 pm April 16, 2020
Just days after the application period opened, some $3.23 million has already been approved to help hard-hit health systems deploy telemedicine technology, connected devices and remote patient-monitoring tools.
TigerConnect unveils telehealth system to help providers fight COVID-19
By Bill Siwicki 12:29 pm April 16, 2020
TigerTouch aims to simplify telemedicine for patients by offering video, voice and text messaging via smartphone.

(Photo: GE Healthcare)

By Mike Miliard 12:28 pm April 16, 2020
The cloud-based Mural virtual-care technology, hosted on Microsoft's Azure platform, enables clinicians to monitor the ventilation status of multiple ICU patients at once.
By Nathan Eddy 11:23 am April 16, 2020
As opportunistic attacks ramp up, the groups offer recommendations for VPNs and cloud-based services, coronavirus-themed phishing emails, telehealth deployments, and medical device security.

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