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The Value of Interoperability in Telemedicine

AMD Telemedicine

This article was originally published in September 2020 but was updated in June 2022. When it comes to telehealth, interoperability has various layers.


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Why Do People Delay or Avoid Treatment?


Reading Time: 4 Minutes. While the barriers between individuals and mental healthcare become less daunting with each passing day, they still exist. Mental and behavioral health services are easier now than ever to access, yet some patients still delay or avoid treatment.

The Legacy of COVID-19 Is Shaping Consumers’ Purchases for Health-At-Home

Health Populi

While inflation and financial stress is depressing consumer demand for many purchases the “legacy of COVID-19” is having lost-lasting impacts on how people see their homes — especially as sites for health and wellness.

Streamlining Patient Care: Strategies to Deal with Unified Communications & Collaboration

Speaker: Zafar Chaudry, MD, MS, MIS, MBA, Sr. Vice President – Chief Digital & Information Officer at Seattle Children’s

During this webinar, you will learn about collaborative healthcare software, strategies for increasing stakeholder participation, and communication optimization techniques for reducing message and alert fatigue.

Period tracking app Flo says it will add 'anonymous mode' after Roe decision

Mobi Health News

In tweets posted Friday, the period tracking app said it would soon launch a mode that allows users to access the app without providing their name or email


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Planning for a sustainable virtual care delivery model

AMD Telemedicine

This article was originally published in October 2020 but was updated in June 2022. .

Use of Preventive Health Services Declined Among Commercially Insured People – With Big Differences in Telehealth for Non-White People, Castlight Finds

Health Populi

Declines in preventive care services like cancer screenings and blood glucose testing concern employers, whose continued to cover health insurance for employees during the pandemic.

Study: Smartphone apps aid in tracking and reporting COVID-19

Mobi Health News

However, the review noted some concerns still need to be addressed, like data privacy and security


AI Adoption in Healthcare Requires Better Approaches to Patient Data

Healthcare IT Today

The following is a guest article by Vanessa Braunstein, Healthcare Product Marketing Lead at NVIDIA. Building great AI models in healthcare and life sciences requires lots of data that is diverse, well-labeled, and spans across different patient types.

2022 Guide to Improved Patient Outcomes: AI-Powered Remote Monitoring and Increasing Revenue for Your Practice

Speaker: Mintu Turakhia M.D. M.A.S., Consulting Head of Medical, 100Plus | Mike Wurm, Director of Product and Strategy, 100Plus | Daniel Gasparini, Director of Sales | Nadia Ziyadeh-Hammad, LVN, RPM Coordinator, Greenville Healthcare Associates

2022 brings new healthcare challenges. With the rising need for remote patient monitoring (RPM) and new COVID-19 variants increasing that need, 100Plus continues to reduce patient, clinician, and health care system barriers to RPM use.

Improving rural care and health equity with telemedicine

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Virtual care has great potential to improve rural health and health equity.

The Higher Cost of Cookouts – Happy, Healthy Independence Day 2022

Health Populi

On this July 4th holiday, Americans aren’t feeling quite so financially independent on Independence Day 2022.

Telehealth platform Connect2MyDoctor launches AR patient education module

Mobi Health News

It has zoom, rotate, and annotate features to help specialists explain procedures to patients virtually

Automation In Rural Health: It Should No Longer Be An Afterthought

Healthcare IT Today

The following is a guest article by Baha Zeidan, CEO at Azalea Health. Deploying advanced technologies is often an afterthought, especially for rural hospitals struggling to retain talent and navigate the increasingly complex regulatory environment.

Remote Patient Monitoring Powered by AI Leads to Improved Health Metrics for Senior Patients

Remote Patient Monitoring provides measurable improvements in patient health outcomes across treated conditions, including hypertension, obesity, and diabetes. These quantitative patient outcomes provide credible data on patient progression and practitioner performance.

How remote patient monitoring improves care, saves money for chronic care

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

It is estimated that 50% of the U.S. population has a chronic disease, and caring for them is consuming 86% of healthcare costs.

Changing Views of Retirement and Health Post-COVID: Transamerica’s Look At Workers’ Disrupted Futures

Health Populi

As more than 1 in 3 U.S. workers were unemployed during the pandemic and another 38% had reductions in hours and pay, Americans’ personal forecasts and expectations for retirement have been disrupted and dislocated.

Q&A: Why leading with evidence is necessary for digital therapeutics

Mobi Health News

Swing Therapeutics CEO Mike Rosenbluth discusses the company's fibromyalgia management tool and what's necessary to make digital therapeutics mainstream


Starting A Health Tech Startup? Here Are 6 Tools To Invest In

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. Today, technology has become a part of day-to-day life. It has infiltrated virtually every industry, and this includes healthcare.

Burnout, Tele-Health, and Accessibility: How to Manage the Expectation of a 24-Hour Workday

Speaker: Keith Carlson — BSN, RN, NC-BC, Host of The Nurse Keith Podcast

Learn how the healthcare industry can promote compassionate care and reduce burnout in a variety of ways.

HIMSSCast: Henry Ford director of virtual care talks telehealth

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

What are some of the most important topics in telehealth today? Standardizing and optimizing telehealth integration into care pathways. Conducting comprehensive exams during video visits. Digital and telehealth literacy. Telehealth sustainability and government advocacy.

Beyond Google – Is it a problem finding care and related resources online?

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Is there a search problem to solve? Or are we just lazy searchers? The Atlantic tried to assess the Decline of Google as a search tool, citing a variety of fairly technical arguments as to why, sourcing commentary from bloggers and ‘experts’ who track and analyze search engines. The major complaint over time seems to have been the growing presence of ads and perception of selective ranking in favor of Google’s own products (like showing YouTube videos) and/or business alliances.


Health2Sync, Sanofi partner to digitise insulin management in Japan

Mobi Health News

They will deliver connected caps for insulin and titration alerts to Japanese healthcare providers and patients


7 Ways to Keep Workers Safe


When it comes to promoting worker safety, employers have a vested interest. employers spend more than $1 billion a week on workers’ compensation costs for non-fatal injuries.

Innovative Ways to Improve Your Patients’ Digital Experience

Speaker: Prof. Dina Ziadlou, Ph.D., Professor at School of Health Science at Colorado Technical University, USA, Executive Board Member & Chair of Digital Transformation Leadership at International Society for Telemedicine and e-Health, Switzerland

As our healthcare ecosystem is a patient-centric system toward achieving quality care domains, it is essential to reshape our client empowerment and engagement strategies based on digital transformation to maximize the effectiveness of healthcare outcomes.

Revenue Cycle Management – #HITsm Chat Topic

Healthcare IT Today

We’re excited to share the topic and questions for this week’s #HITsm chat happening Friday, 7/1 at Noon ET (9 AM PT). This week’s chat will be hosted by John Lynn ( @techguy ) from @hcittoday on the topic “Revenue Cycle Management ”. This week is the HFMA annual conference in Denver.

“It’s a Great Place to Be”: CIO Ed Kopetsky on Building a Strong & Resilient Culture

Health System CIO

The CIO isn’t going away anytime soon; but it is transforming, according to Ed Kopetsky. “We’re We’re not just computer geeks; we’re on the front line changing the way healthcare is delivered and the way the business is run,” he said in a recent interview.

Diagnostics company Cue Health lays off 170 manufacturing workers

Mobi Health News

Cue said it made the decision due to larger economic challenges and the federal government's recent move to divert funding from COVID-19 tests


Evolving patient portals, remote workforce challenges and tech at the bedside

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Patient portal use and telehealth visits have changed dramatically since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world, especially healthcare, upside down.

Playbook: Critical & Time-Sensitive Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Shipments Best Practices

In this playbook, we look at the role accurate, real-time data plays in extending your visibility, best practices for increasing your visibility.

Where Does it Hurt? Specialty Physician Shares Three Ways to Improve EHR Charting

Healthcare IT Today

The following is a guest article by Jason Handza , DO, Chief Medical Officer at Nextech Systems. It is no surprise that healthcare providers and other clinical staff want to experience consistent and improved charting capabilities to deliver better patient care.

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Supreme Court won't take up lawsuit over PBM liability under ERISA

Fierce Healthcare

Supreme Court won't take up lawsuit over PBM liability under ERISA. rking. Mon, 06/27/2022 - 12:53


Study: Internet searches for abortion medications surged after Roe draft leak

Mobi Health News

An analysis published in JAMA Internal Medicine found about 350,000 searches for abortion pill-related terms the first week in May