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Web Exclusive: Telerehab Matches Traditional Rehab for Patient Outcomes
Patient outcomes achieved via telerehabilitation following total knee arthroplasty are comparable with outcomes...
Social Security approves EHR interoperability technology
The Social Security Administration has approved the C32 Continuity of Care Document technology developed by health IT...
Web Exclusive: Telemedicine in ICUs May Trim Critical Care Costs
Tele-ICU technology, which allows medical staff to monitor high volumes of ICU patients in multiple, distant...
Hospital monopolies ruin MRI bill as Sutter gets price it wants
After Mark Logsdon tore a ligament in his knee skiing at Lake Tahoe in March, he returned home to suburban Sacramento...
The hospital’s growing role as care coordinator
Hospitals aren't known for making house calls. Once patients get their discharge papers, they take their chances with a...
The do-it-yourself house call
  Technology that aims to keep congestive heart failure patients out of the hospital is gaining traction. The...
Long-distance healthcare cuts costs, can improve outcomes
Telemonitoring and telehealth services are gaining a greater foothold in the increasingly costly healthcare market. The...
University of California doctors treat inmates through video program
As part of his infectious diseases practice, University of California-Davis physician Javeed Siddiqui, MD, regularly...
Study: Telemedicine a cost-effective alternative to ER visits
A community-wide study in Rochester, NY, found that telemedicine is a cost-effective way to replace more than a quarter...
Wireless homecare system launched in Spain
Vodafone Spain and Medicronic Salud have used Aerotel’s e-CliniQ Wireless Home Monitoring System with successful...

Audio Conference: CMS Telemedicine Rule
The new credentialing and privileging requirements for physicians and practitioners who provide telemedicine...