As successful patient management expands to meet digital and lifestyle engagement needs and care continuity demands, technology should enable the transition without adding administrative burden.
Telemedicine can offer many benefits to both providers and patients, but does it actually deliver high-quality care?
When it comes to telemedicine services, the primary factor affecting reimbursements is legal policy.
True benefit from new technology comes when we understand how to produce and wield the best tools for the broader job of delivering care.
Physicians can benefit from technology as much if not more than other professionals, but physicians can get overwhelmed trying to figure out what kind of technology is best for them.
Despite the benefits of telehealth to consumers, laws designed to protect state healthcare providers and patients often stand in the way.
Physician input is critical in achieving systems that can interact and provide a complete data picture of our patients.
Breakdowns in communication happen frequently in healthcare. Here’s why as well as some solutions.
Two methods are better than one, but nothing is foolproof to stop eager hackers.
With constant changes in healthcare and how much patients are responsible to pay for their care, practices should turn to technology for assistance.