Why Therapists Should Use HIPAA-Compliant Telehealth Platforms During COVID-19

TheraNest

In an effort to increase access to remote medical services during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has recently announced that they will exercise enforcement discretion and will not impose penalties for noncompliance with the regulatory requirements of HIPAA Rules against covered health care providers in connection with the good faith provision of telehealth. 6 Reasons To Use A HIPAA-Compliant Telehealth Platform.

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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Driving Demand for Telehealth Services

InTouch Health

Healthcare Facilities Are Using Telemedicine to Remotely Connect with Patients During the Outbreak. Demand for telehealth services has been on the rise for decades, but the coronavirus outbreak has dramatically increased usage rates around the United States. Multiple telehealth software and equipment providers have seen a spike in demand for their products and services over the last several weeks. Increasing Access to Telehealth Services. Telehealth Innovation Blog

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Trump administration expands Medicare telehealth benefits for COVID-19 fight

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

As promised , the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has expanded its Medicare telehealth coverage during the coronavirus crisis, enabling more patients to get virtual care services from their doctors without having to travel to a healthcare facility. Under the expansion, Medicare will temporarily pay clinicians for telehealth services nationwide to help stem the spread of the novel coronavirus. Healthcare IT News is a publication of HIMSS Media

How Our CTO Shannon Murphy is Changing Healthcare

GlobalMed

As the world leader in evidence-based telemedicine solutions, GlobalMed’s mission is to transform healthcare across the planet. You likely know her for her groundbreaking 23 years with Microsoft, where she was Director of Federal Health Solutions and Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft’s Federal Health and Benefits Team. But several factors in Murphy’s career have positioned her as the ideal leader to transform healthcare through technology.

Advances in Caring for At-Risk Veterans Using New Information Technology Tools

ConnectedHealth

This design approach has been applied to the DoD and VA’s work on app development and the expansion of the VA’s telehealth assets, which ultimately create models of how new approaches to suicide prevention may be taken to scale to address the problem.