Telemedicine

Telemedicine Market Analysis 2023

Global telemedicine market is projected to attain a size of $48.8 billion by 2023. This significant growth in the market is characterized by rising healthcare cost, increasing government funding and grants for telemedicine, increasing number of smart phone users and the surge in the prevalence of chronic and lifestyle diseases.

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Q&A: Hazel Health CEO Josh Golomb on How Telehealth Can Make a Difference in Schools

Virtual care can connect the nurses office with the doctors office, boosting attendance and cutting costs across the healthcare ecosystem. Hazel Health, a San Francisco-based healthcare company, aims to expand care access to every child in the country, regardless of insurance, immigration status or family income. The company is pursuing this goal by bringing telehealth

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EHR integration is the next looming challenge for telehealth vendors

The telehealth industry is riding a wave of satisfaction from healthcare clients that say virtual care vendors are generally worth the money.But a looming challenge around EHR integration could set some companies apart.Thats according to a new analysis released by KLAS Research which evaluates some of the top telehealth companies including MDLive, American Well and

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Remote Care: The new normal

Centralized care, with a hospital as the hub, is the standard in the U.S. today. But this familiar model is changing rapidly, as providers embrace remote care at scale. After decades of experimentation, why now?”Five to seven years from now, well look back on this time period as when the inflection happened, when remote care

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Remote patient monitoring via smartphone cuts one-week post-partum visits by 57%

This case study shows how UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital accomplished that reduction by sending new mothers home with a free blood pressure cuff and access to a remote monitoring portal. Historically, at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh, when a patient has been discharged from the hospital and has had a hypertensive

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Experts debate telemedicine merits and myths

At next week’s Connected Health Conference, doctors from Harvard and UPMC will tackle the question of whether telemedicine’s costs outweigh its benefits. Telemedicine, whether offered by insurers, hospitals or direct-to-consumer, continues to grow with more and more organizations offering virtual visits to patients. Its a technology with broad support, one of the few things that

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Legal barriers are limiting telehealth’s reach, experts say

Telehealth is touted for its potential to bring people care no matter where they are. But a location’s laws can determine which telehealth services, if any, are available as well. PHOENIX, Ariz.Telehealth can provide patients access to care no matter where they are geographically, proponents say. Stakeholders from Walgreens and American Well to BlueCross BlueShield

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