A new partnership between Northwestern Medicine in the Chicago area and Indiana-based Franciscan Health aims to improve access to quality care for patients with neurological conditions in Indiana.
The four men and their companies were indicted for attempting to defraud insurers by overbilling for various prescriptions.
The Commonwealth Fund's Dr. David Blumenthal says we should think bigger about telemedicine and what it can do to address some of our healthcare system's most pressing challenges.
This new monthly column highlights Bold Moves made by the industry's top executives. Dr. Marc Harrison, CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, suggested to us that the industry's push to innovate might be easier if executives know they aren't leaping into the unknown alone.
The FCC will give $100 million to pilot projects to bring telehealth to underserved people. In doing so, it stands to improve outcomes, according to comments submitted to the agency.
New technologies and devices that meld telemedicine with artificial intelligence and predictive analytics are giving hope for greater care coordination to thousands and potentially millions of people in the healthcare system.
By launching telehealth visits via its app, CVS Health is playing catch up with Walgreens, which has offered virtual visits for more than three years.
Virtual ICU care can improve access and boost quality for both patients and providers. It can also strengthen patient retention, especially in rural facilities.
With changing health care reimbursement models, growing consumer demand, and advances in digital technologies, virtual care is a must-have for health systems. But how can hospitals and health systems gain physician buy-in? It might be easier than you think.
To help meet the growing demand for genetics services amid a national shortage of genetic providers, some health systems in northeast Ohio have turned to telemedicine.
In a sweeping rule, the CMS is taking multiple steps to reduce documentation requirements on doctors and to pay them for telehealth visits. The proposed rule includes some significant changes to administration of MACRA.
Smartphones and tablets have been with us for about a decade. Fortunately or unfortunately, these devices have become an extension of who we are. We rely on them for just about everything—from taking and sending high-resolution photos to conducting meetings or visiting with family and friends...