Using phones, videos, and online communication to provide healthcare services.
About 14% of respondents to a new the survey reported that access to telehealth kept them out of the emergency department. The new national survey...Read More »
Telehealth as a percentage of all medical claims rose 2% nationally from April to May after dropping for the three previous months, according to...Read More »
With pandemic case rates plummeting, telehealth has reached a fork in the road, and one of the industry’s leaders is worried about it.
“The...Read More »
Micky Tripathi, PhD, MPP, who holds a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University, took the reins of the Department of Health and...Read More »
At the beginning of 2020, physicians and consumers had not yet fully embraced the concept of virtual video visits; many were skeptical about the...Read More »
NCSA executive director Kelvin Coleman recently spoke with HealthLeaders about the continuing threat posed by criminals...Read More »
This technology has been available for some time, of course, but was not nearly as widely used as it is today. How can providers make sure they...Read More »
Staff who otherwise would have been furloughed were instead trained on COVID-19 safety and virtual communication programs. Their job was to set up...Read More »
The public health emergency (PHE) related to COVID-19 would seem to have added some barriers to treatment of hearing-impaired patients. As...Read More »
On September 11, 2020, an elderly woman in Germany was rushed to the University Hospital Düsseldorf (UKD) with a life-threatening aortic aneurysm...Read More »