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We’ve got you covered with everything you need to stay on top of upcoming events, topics, insights, and analysis on the trending topics in virtual care.

Telehealth’s Butterfly Moment

Atrium Health CEO Eugene Woods believes that something beautiful is about to happen in healthcare. In a keynote speech at the 2018 Healthcare Transformation Summit in Texas, Woods said, “It’s...

Telehealth Combats The Opioid Crisis

Telehealth Combats The Opioid Crisis

According to the CDC, opioid overdoses are now the #1 cause of injury-related deaths in the U.S. Many of the states where the problem is most severe - including New...

How Nurses Are Changing TeleICUs

Only 47% of ICUs in American hospitals employ full-time intensivists, yet nearly 6 million patients are admitted to ICUs annually. That’s why teleICU services are in such great demand –...

Telecardiology Partnership Drives Results

Cardiology disease affects one in four Americans, yet many don’t have access to specialty care. But that’s changing rapidly thanks to telehealth. Last summer, we partnered with Cardiovascular Institute of...

The Virtual Care And EHR Marriage

In the scramble to take advantage of federal incentives for implementing Electronic Health Records (EHRs), many hospitals and physician practices didn’t effectively integrate virtual care into EHR design. But now...

Don’t Miss These ATA Sessions

The ATA 18 Conference and Expo in Chicago (Apr. 29 – May 1) will bring together some of the world’s most renowned telehealth thought leaders. Because they’ll be addressing dozens of topics...

Teledermatology: Clearly Superior

Traffic is beyond brutal around the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine. So when dermatologists at Keck offered psoriasis patients a chance to be treated remotely, there were...

Telehealth Tackles The Allergy Crisis

Allergies and asthma are among those rare health problems that are getting worse, not better, throughout America. Allergic conditions are the most common health issue affecting children in the U.S....

Maryland Makes Telehealth Easier

Last month, the Maryland Board of Physicians unveiled a number of proposed changes to its telehealth rules. Here are three likely changes that are particularly noteworthy: Replacing the term “telemedicine” with...

Wider Scope In Telebehavioral Care

It’s not surprising that 91% of the nation’s largest health systems now offer telebehavioral health services or are planning to offer them. Telebehavioral health programs are helping curb the astronomical...

Net Neutrality Repeal: A Mixed Blessing?

As with all landmark reforms, the FCC’s recent rollback of Obama-era net neutrality regulations will likely have both good and bad consequences, especially for telehealth. The positive spin is best summarized...

How AI Augments Telehealth

Artificial intelligence (AI) has succeeded in making Alexa more helpful and Watson a better Jeopardy!contestant, but that’s just the beginning. AI is rapidly transforming healthcare in a variety of ways. In...

Telehealth’s Impressive ROI

According to a recent survey by the Foley & Lardner law firm, only 46% of healthcare organizations track their telehealth return on investment. But those that do are seeing noteworthy...

Flurry Of New Telehealth Laws

No wonder physicians and hospitals are confused about the legal landscape in telehealth. State telehealth laws are changing so fast that it’s hard for even healthcare attorneys to keep pace. For...

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