CNBC: Why TeleMedicine is a Bust

mHealth Insight

A fascinating article on “Why telemedicine has been such a bust so far” by Christina Farr. mHealth Insights. The first thing that should be obvious about why TeleMedicine is a bust can be seen at a glance. The newest mass media (Mobile) has made Telemedicine a bust in the same way that it’s made photography, hailing a cab, shopping in a record store, booking travel, booking a hotel, buying a toy or a house, etc, etc.

Why telemedicine and remote patient monitoring demand will skyrocket in 2019

Redox

If you were to ask someone on the street what they consider the most impactful digital health innovation over the last five years, there’s a good chance their response would be, “telemedicine”. Oddly, even with its place in the general public’s lexicon, telemedicine utilization is still rather low. While video visits are only one aspect of telemedicine, these numbers make it clear that the technology still has not reached the point of mass adoption and use.

My Favorite Myths About Telemedicine

LinkousThink

Last year I asked the ATA staff to come up with a list of the top myths about telemedicine. Anyway, here are a few of the most popular myths, in no particular order, and a brief explanation why the statement is a myth: Telemedicine is a new, emerging field. This has been repeated in a number of articles and blogs by newcomers to telemedicine who haven’t heard of it before and, thus, believe it must be new. Broadband is important but not for every telemedicine application.