New study shows that more physicians are interested in telemedicine and locum tenens.
Physicians spend their lives analyzing problems—so why not translate those skills to developing doctor-friendly technology solutions?
Emerging growth and quality opportunities accompany CMS’s growing enthusiasm for RPM.
A survey of members of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the national trade association for insurers, shows that the importance of virtual care is increasing. The results indicate that virtual care is widely and readily available to most patients through their health plans.
The federal government recently finalized a rule that will allow Medicare Advantage plans to offer telemedicine as a core benefit.
Population health means a patient’s long-term health matters as opposed to treating each sick patient as an isolated transactional episode.
Primary care practices that offer retinal exams via telemedicine can prevent blindness while boosting quality scores.
Policy changes, physician adoption of telehealth technologies to help advance patient care options, survey reports
Although its larger mission remains unfinished, the Affordable Care Act was a bold step forward. It helped millions of people across the country—many of them millennials and younger—think differently about the value of healthcare.
Given the increased utilization of telemedicine, federal prosecutors and regulators are beginning to take note.