Telehealth Connection TV: The longtime telehealth advocate says it will take a "sizable federal commitment" to get Americans connected.
This week's top stories include a ransomware attack affecting multiple healthcare providers, insurers' concerns that telehealth reimbursement parity may lead to overutilization, and the FDA greenlighting Bigfoot's diabetes management system.
Babymoon Care Chief Medical Officer Dr. Deborah Maufi discusses ways to build a more equitable system for maternal health.
It's important to ensure the use of digital tools is preserving compassionate connections between clinicians and patients, says Franka Cadée, president of the International Confederation of Midwives.
Philips IGT CMO Dr. Atul Gupta says innovations include digitally streaming application specialists into the operating room.
Monthly Update: HIMSS Media Editor in Chief Jonah Comstock recaps some of the biggest trends and stories from April, including insurtech news, Fitbit studies and telehealth being called into question.
Assaf Halevy, CEO and founder of 2bPrecise, says genomic information can be injected into the workflow to manage the treatment of the patient.
Sean Kennedy, VP and GM of the Public Health Sector at Salesforce, says modernizing contact centers with the latest in omnichannel capabilities enables contact center agents to quickly respond to the needs of patients.
This week's top stories include use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine being halted due to rare, severe reactions and the Mayo Clinic launching a platform that delivers advanced, AI-powered clinical decision support through remote monitoring.
Automating communication for chronically ill patients not only gives them better access to care but improves the patient-provider relationship, says Twistle Medical Director Dr. John Janas.