Jake DiBattista
Jake DiBattista is a Territory Manager at SimpleVisit, a video service provider that makes it easy for providers to offer video visits. For more information on telemedicine and the SimpleVisit solution visit www.simplevisit.com.
What are small practices saying about telemedicine?
While leaders in healthcare are pushing for an era of digital care, many providers on the frontlines have remained silent observers.
Designing healthcare in the age of millennials, Baby Boomers
Designing healthcare in the age of millennials, Baby Boomers
It’s not easy being a doctor in such a transitional period of American healthcare. Practices are pressured with consumer-driven demands from a wider patient-demographic than ever before.
Navigating the buzzwords of telehealth
Navigating the buzzwords of telehealth
It’s easy to get lost in the ever-evolving landscape of the telehealth marketplace.
Which presidential candidate has earned the vote of telehealth providers?
Which presidential candidate has earned the vote of telehealth providers?
With jobs being such a hot-button issue in the 2016 presidential race, it is only natural some telehealth providers wonder how the shifting political landscape may impact their career outlook.
Top 7 reasons physicians should consider telemedicine
Physicians can sometimes be hesitant to begin hosting video visits because they are weary about just how effective the technology can be when treating patients. However, once physicians start using telemedicine, they are often shocked at how versatile video technology can be as an additional tool to administering care.
Top 3 warnings to medical providers from the fall of retail
Top 3 warnings to medical providers from the fall of retail
This is a call to action for all doctors. Practice owners are now facing many of the challenges small retailers in America faced not too long ago. Consumer demand has shifted the landscape in favor of larger product selection with online access. Doctors are being forced to adapt to the new rules of the game or get left behind.

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