Telehealth

Black Book's 50 disruptive health IT companies
By Tom Sullivan 11:33 am September 29, 2017
Hospitals and payers voted on their favorite innovators - athenahealth, Salesforce, M*Modal and more - based on client experience metrics.
By Mike Miliard 09:46 am September 22, 2017
Secure data streaming and two-way audio and video will enable Advanced ICU Care’s clinicians to coordinate remote monitoring of critical patients the hospital's on-site staff.
telehealth
By Bill Siwicki 10:30 am September 21, 2017
More than half are already seeing success with improving outcomes and patient satisfaction while uncertain fate of the ACA appears to be making telemedicine more important.
smart home sensors help healthcare
By Bill Siwicki 01:14 pm September 19, 2017
Smart homes have sensors that collect health measurements and behavioral data that can help health specialists improve quality of life and ensure safety inside the home.
telemedicine offered by employers
By Bill Siwicki 03:33 pm September 18, 2017
Telehealth utilization is on the rise, employers have a long way to go to get more staffers onboard.
telehealth House bill

The Texas Army National Guard moves through flooded Houston streets from Hurricane Harvey. U.S. Army photo

By Mike Miliard 02:19 pm September 18, 2017
Thousands of people in Florida and Texas have made use of remote consults offered by Nemours and others.
free telehealth visit to hurricane victims

Geostationary satellite data screen shot of Hurricane Irma. Photo via NOAA

By Bill Siwicki 01:26 pm September 12, 2017
The provider organization joins telemedicine vendors in treating hurricane victims with limited access to healthcare.
free telehealth visit to hurricane victims

A snapshot view of Hurricane Irma from the International Space Station on Sept. 8. Photo via NASA

By Bill Siwicki 04:16 pm September 08, 2017
Floridians can download the company’s mobile app, register, and access physicians and psychologists for nonemergency conditions now through Dec. 31.
telemedicine-based medication abortion
By Bill Siwicki 02:27 pm September 08, 2017
Of the nearly 20,000 patients studied, only 49 complications were reported, and there was no difference in the complication rate between women who had an in-person visit.
HIMSS CEO Hal Wolf

Hal Wolf is firmly behind HIMSS involvement in public policy and is already involved in work to educate the FDA on certification of digital devices and is focused on emerging technologies like blockchain.

By Gus Venditto 03:13 pm September 01, 2017
Hal Wolf believes an aging population will require a new approach from healthcare IT leaders.

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