Getting More Personal, Virtual and Excellent – the 2020 NBGH Employer Report

Health Populi

In 2020, large employers will be “doubling down” efforts to control health care costs. This is the annual forecast for 2020 brought to us by the National Business Group of Health (NBGH), the Large Employers’ Health Care Strategy and Plan Design Survey.

Storing Health Records On Your Phone: Can Apple Live Up To Its Privacy Values?

Lloyd Price

Sam Cavaliere, a San Diego tech worker, considers himself in average health, though the 47-year-old admits, "I can always stand to lose a little weight." Now the app is also storing his health records. He's able to do that using a special cuff linked to the Health app.

GlobalMed and Answers Media Network Host Webinar on Urgent Need for Telemedicine

GlobalMed

24, 2019 – GlobalMed, an international provider of virtual health solutions, and Answers Media Network are hosting a virtual panel discussion on the current telemedicine landscape and ongoing legislation to improve virtual care adoption and reimbursement.

Policymakers: Broadband Funding Key to Bringing Telehealth Access to Rural Areas

care innovations

Broadband-enabled telehealth services … can significantly improve Americans’ health and reduce costs for patients and health care providers alike,” as FCC Chairman Ajit Pai commented in an official statement from the FCC. broadband connectivity by 2022 — is offering that assistance.

The Digital Revolution in Healthcare: 5 Trends in Action

Perficient

million by 2022, according to Infoholic Research. Common applications include follow-up visits, remote chronic disease management, preventative care support, and mental health support, to name a few. billion by 2022, according to Markets and Markets. It’s no secret that technology has the grand potential to completely revolutionize how we approach healthcare. Actually, transforming the healthcare industry is much more challenging.

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The Digital Revolution in Healthcare: 5 Trends in Action

Perficient

million by 2022, according to Infoholic Research. Common applications include follow-up visits, remote chronic disease management, preventative care support, and mental health support, to name a few. billion by 2022, according to Markets and Markets. It’s no secret that technology has the grand potential to completely revolutionize how we approach healthcare. Actually, transforming the healthcare industry is much more challenging.

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