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Hospitals Shifting To More Strategic Uses Of Telehealth Technologies

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For quite some time, hospitals have been adding to their portfolio of telehealth services, in part as a way to keep their brand top-of-mind with consumers in their service area.

2019: Healthcare IT gains new ground

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2019: Year in Review It's been an eventful year for health IT. Of course, that's been the case every year over the past decade since the first meaningful use checks were mailed out, kickstarting the digital healthcare age as we know it.

Rush, Ochsner Health System partner on telemedicine, Epic EHR

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Rush Health Systems and Ochsner Health System are partnering to bring innovations in telemedicine to patients. WHY IT MATTERS. Power indicated access to telehealth services still is low, with many questioning its value. Healthcare IT News is a publication of HIMSS Media

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Telehealth set for big boost with $100M in new funding from FCC

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FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr has announced the agency will vote to advance a $100 million Connected Care Pilot Program, enabling telehealth expansion for low-income Americans nationwide. WHY IT MATTERS. Moreover, it would enable better health outcomes.

VA efforts to bring tablet-based telehealth to vets see positive results

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Department of Veterans Affairs to use distributed tablet devices to provide telehealth benefits to patients is working. WHY IT MATTERS. Overall, telehealth is set for a major expansion in the U.S. Nathan Eddy is a healthcare and technology freelancer based in Berlin.

Telehealth helps Mayo Clinic neonatologists better treat newborns in emergencies

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Prior to that, Mayo Clinic neonatologists were assisting community hospital care teams via telephone when a newborn required advanced resuscitation or critical care. "Local providers found the wired telemedicine cart to be bulky and less maneuverable."