3 things bottlenecking telehealth innovation and how to fix them

While innovation in telehealth is poised to revolutionize the health care industry, I see three fundamental issues blocking its widespread adoption: poor perception, even poorer reimbursement, and outdated infrastructure. Fixing all three could open the door to this positively disruptive approach to health care. Read the source article at statnews.com...

Mercy Health expands InTouch Health partnership

"We have worked with InTouch Health over the past few years to enable telestroke services, and we look forward to expanding our work to deliver inpatient psychiatric telehealth on a secure and reliable platform," said Ateeq Haseeb, MD, chief medical informatics officer at Mercy Health-Toledo.   Read the source article at Becker's...

Green Valley Hospital patches in nationwide

Such service is key to rural and community hospitals such as GVH, which don’t have the patient volume to support round-the-clock coverage by a neurologist or infectious disease specialist onsite, Smith said. “By having the services here, we can intervene in the time an ambulance to Tucson takes.” Read the source...

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