Telehealth

How Telehealth Will Help You Conquer the Coronavirus Crisis

Imagine this, an 86-year-old with severe conditions such as heart disease and a cancer diagnosis —  needing to stay indoors, because according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), he or she is at higher risk for getting the worse of COVID-19. The patient’s need for care doesn’t evaporate… How can you ensure

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Telehealth, Post Net Neutrality: How We’re Moving Forward

In December, the FCC voted to repeal its net neutrality rules, which would essentially give service providers the green light to start charging for differentiated Internet speed access. While efforts to block this are underway in Congress, and states are taking legal actions, healthcare providers have good reason to be concerned. In defense of the

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Consumers and Payers Gravitating Toward Telehealth

By Tom Toperczer, director of product management for OmniJoin, Brother International Corporation’s web conferencing service Telehealth appears to be at a tipping point, both from a patient demand and reimbursement perspective. A great example of this trend is survey results released in June that show 77 percent of survey participants would consider a virtual visit, while

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Telehealth – Not an Innovation but an Unavoidable Force in the Healthcare Industry

Even though there were many questions and contradictions whether to embrace telehealth or not, nowadays it is a well-defined pilot that flies with its own speed and direction. For the past few years, healthcare experts and practices have raved about its undeniable benefits, while still having doubts over security and practicality. However, technology and acceptance

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What’s Next in Healthcare – Telehealth

It is undeniable that healthcare is shifting toward the patient experience, with doctor-patient connectivity and other health-tech innovations making their way into every household. Telehealth is a straightforward tool that provides access to care services. They can include treatment research, email and text contact, and everything else that consumers need to better manage their health.

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Lights, Camera, Care: States Finally Paying Up for Telehealth

By Colin Theseira, senior director of operations and technology at Brother International Corporation’s OmniJoin Division Change can come slowly in healthcare, especially when embracing technology. For an example, look no further than telehealth. A web camera, high-speed internet connection and secure web browser are the three essential technological elements needed to deliver high-quality care over

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