When the COVID-19 pandemic tested the limits of the healthcare system, telemedicine materialized as an essential solution for overburdened clinicians and organizations. This report details twelve important innovations in telehealth, and provides crucial insights into how they’re transforming the future of healthcare.
Telemedicine has proven to be an effective method for delivering high-quality healthcare, but there are technological and funding barriers to proper implementation. Follow the advice of these digital experts to learn how to identify these barriers and develop telehealth capabilities that address them, raising the bar for patient-centered care.
The pandemic set off a boom in telemedicine, but the end of the crisis won’t stop the technology’s trajectory. What’s ahead for telehealth?
Virtual Care: Innovations and Efficiencies for Clinicians, Patients and Administrators on the Microsoft Platform
As patient acceptance of virtual care has increased and social distancing concerns have demanded it, there are new ways that healthcare providers can leverage technology to bring patients, care givers and specialists together to deliver better, safer care at scale.
Do you know how patients feel about virtual care? Prior to COVID-19, it lacked broad adoption. Today, 72% of patients report having had their first virtual visit during the pandemic and the vast majority now seek it as a standard part of their future care.
The need for accurate, up-to-date information about providers and healthcare services is now more important than ever. With more consumers turning to the internet to look for healthcare information, especially around COVID-19 care, organizations need a flexible digital strategy to respond.
Sustaining Ongoing Care During and Post Pandemic: Two Health Systems Highlight Their Scheduled Virtual Visit Strategy
In this webinar, you’ll hear how two health systems rapidly scaled their telehealth programs to keep delivering care while brick-and-mortar locations remained closed.
In this webinar, the deputy director of NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, the chief information security officer of Sentara Healthcare and a UK-based physician and cybersecurity consultant will offer their unique perspectives on providers' privacy and security responsibilities, now that telehealth and remote monitoring...
Join HIMSS and Honeywell on this webinar to learn more about the research findings for mobility solutions – from market preferences to top drivers and barriers to adoption, including Data Privacy, Clinician Productivity, EHR Integration, and Enhanced Communications.
This webinar promises to look at the new challenges posed by this rapid adoption of telehealth, from the need for better data storage and data management to managing telehealth services during COVID and preparing for telehealth in the world after the pandemic.