This week's top stories include hospitals facing a long road to recovery after COVID-19's devastating winter surge, HHS Secretary nominee Xavier Becerra signaling support for virtual care and Google launching an EHR navigation tool.
The longtime chief information officer discusses the challenges the IT staff face working remotely, hitting pause on a big implementation due to COVID-19 and what it means to serve the community during times of crisis.
Xealth CEO Mike McSherry discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has created the need for more integrated digital tools.
Similar to when doctors made house calls, telehealth is bringing about a more personalized world where healthcare is once again coming to the patient, says RingCentral's John Poli.
There has been an uptake of remote triage and virtual consultations across primary care, and Dr. Minal Bakhai, GP and clinical director for digital-first primary care NHS England, discusses the key steps that have been taken to ensure best practices.
This week's top stories include the top 10 things CEOs and CFOs say they got right during the pandemic, 43 states improving telehealth reimbursement policies, and Fitbit adding blood glucose tracking to its connected app.
Biofourmis CEO Kuldeep Singh Rajput shares why he expects healthcare providers to continue shoring up their virtual care capabilities.
Machine learning can help flag troubling patterns and improve systems moving forward, says Dr. Elizabeth Marshall, director of clinical analytics at Linguamatics.
Vivify CEO Eric Rock talks about the ways health systems can use remote patient monitoring to maximize care.
Jennifer Price, executive director of data and analytics at THREAD, says remote monitoring technology can expand the reach of clinical trials.