How telemedicine will change care delivery and costs in 2018Health systems realize that telehealth can help them achieve a wide range of objectives, from care coordination to readmission avoidance and market share expansion.
Prepare providers for telemedicine: 3 critical training areasTo ensure providers are prepared for telemedicine practice, healthcare leaders must provide training in these areas.
Health execs, IT leaders, docs differ on telehealth driversDespite different drivers among healthcare leaders, telehealth is gaining momentum. Still, key barriers need to be addressed.
Plans can use tech to meet new ACA counseling requirementsAn expansion of the ACA requires health plans to cover a new preventive service: Regular nutritional counseling for millions of overweight Americans with other health risks.
Applying telemedicine in diabetes care managementTelemedicine could improve diabetic patient outcomes, expand access, and provide better economic value for patients. Find out how.
Eight ways managed care should be using mHealthLearning to use mobile health or mhealth is a critical advantage to providing the highest return on investment for plans and providers.
Five forces driving telemedicine expansion in 2016The telemedicine changes we have seen so far are nothing compared to what we’re likely to see in 2016.
Telehealth progress at the federal and state levelsOver the past year, there has been some legislative movement at the federal and state levels. The following is a short list of key bills and what they might mean for healthcare providers.
Does telemedicine improve quality, reduce costs?Some providers and payers are hesitant to jump on board with telemedicine, but others say it the benefits are clear.
Improving diabetes outcomes—at a distanceSeveral studies have demonstrated that telemedicine programs of different types can yield the same or better results than more traditional diabetes interventions.