In an effort to improve patient engagement, providers may benefit from looking for inspiration beyond U.S. healthcare, or even the industry altogether.
Teladoc shares fell last week after a report that Highmark is now renewing its contract with the telemedicine company.
Healthcare organizations are continuing to take telemedicine to the next level. Case in point: Mercy Hospital's new virtual telemedicine facility.
Stakeholders across the healthcare industry joined together to ask Senate lawmakers for support of a proposal that would lift "outdated restrictions" on use and reimbursement of telemedicine services for Medicare patients.
A new whitepaper from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT outlines the essential factors in a consumer-centered telehealth experience.
States that want their programs to better serve the growing ranks of Medicaid enrollees should look to some of the innovative solutions employed by Medicaid managed care organizations, according to a new white paper from the Anthem Public Policy Institute.
With kids back in school, many providers are helping to keep students healthy and in the classroom using telemedicine. This report examines the efforts of three providers and the reactions from parents, nurses and faculty. Special Report
While innovations in healthcare have made getting basic services almost as easy as using an ATM, these trends haven't necessarily been positive for the physician-patient relationship, according to an article from ABC News.
Telehealth offers an ideal way to provide ongoing communication and care coordination for caregivers of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI), a case study from the Department of Veterans Affairs illustrates, according to an article at Telemedicine and e-Health.
Use of telemedicine continues to see an uptick, with 57.7 percent of providers adopting the tools this year, up from 54.5 percent in 2014, according to a new HIMSS Analytics study.