Dr. Charlotte Jones-Burton, who leads Otsuka’s Global Clinical Development on Nephrology, discusses how COVID-19 has changed care.
Women-led startups only represent 14% of digital health deals closed in 2019, according to Rock Health.
Irth allows Black and brown patients to search for and create reviews of their OB/GYN, birthing hospitals, postpartum care and pediatricians up to an infant's first year.
The Interoperability and Patient Access final rule includes a section that modifies the Medicare Conditions of Participation that introduces patient event notifications. The hospital has new tech at the ready.
BlueJeans Telehealth enables one-click-access to video visits between patients and providers and maps user experience to clinical workflows, according to Verizon Business – helping replicate in-person office consults.
The European Health and Digital Executive Agency will oversee the €5.1bn EU4Health programme.
The global telehealth service can help to address the shortage of doctors serving the country’s rural areas.
But a new study found that telemedicine is still being used in surgical fields at higher rates than before the pandemic.
A new MIT study found label errors that could destabilize machine learning benchmarks.
The Oregon health system already had telemedicine in its eight hospitals when COVID-19 struck. The pandemic demanded a change in virtual care strategy.