Women In Health IT
2020 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year for digital health startups.
At Ohio-based Harbor, telemedicine services are up 564% compared with 2019. From March to August this year, the provider treated 15,259 patients via remote consult with help from its Lighthouse Telehealth subsidiary.
The Oregon coordinated care organization lines up care plans, goals and tasks to keep care teams and members on track and on the same page.
From March through August, the community hospital and its clinics have conducted 6,929 video visits and 11,401 telephone visits through its new telemedicine platform.
Panelists at the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Digital Conference discuss how digital health can help women learn more about their sexual health and wellbeing.
On-demand video visits at Rush University Medical Center have earned a Net Promoter score of 89 so far this year, with more than half of them related to concern over coronavirus.
Nurses and a vendor team band together during the patient surge of the pandemic to reduce time spent with the essential clinical dataset and increase time for patients.
Takeaways from Alison Byrne, FGM specialised midwife at Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS trust & University Hospitals Birmingham NHS trust, and Lina Chan, founder and CEO of Parla, who will be speaking at HIMSS Europe Digital.
Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center is using FCC award funds to expand its Polycom device-based program to keep patients on schedule with mental health and general care.
The Arc Madison Cortland is using virtual care to connect intellectual/developmental disability patients with providers who understand the nuances of that dual diagnosis.