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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.
Three telehealth services on the riseAn Epstein Becker Green survey has surprising results about the expansion of telehealth services physicians and other behavioral health professionals can provide.
How to balance telemedicine advances with ethicsTreating patients remotely requires the same diligence as face-to-face encounters, experts say.
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.
Mobile apps improve medication adherence, reduce costsHealth plans and PBMs that are reluctant to invest in mobile tools for their covered members will miss out.
Telemonitoring of heart failure patients reduces readmissionsStudy demonstrates how new technology can drive higher value healthcare for heart failure patients.
Telemedicine empowers patients, but challenges physicians
Telemedicine empowers patients, but challenges physiciansThe rapid expansion and evolution of telemedicine in the U.S. brings with it increased access at lower costs for patients and growing competition for physicians from providers with regional, national and international reputations.
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.