InnovationThe Role of Digital Transformation in a Patient-Centered Experience
Despite all the harm it did, COVID-19 also pushed positive change in healthcare from a digital information perspective.
TelehealthSurvey: Workers Embrace Telehealth
"The ability to access care virtually has gained momentum and become a valued option for employees," says Mercer.
TechnologyHealthcare Leaders Identify Top Digital Transformation Priorities for Healthcare
A new Lumeon survey lists improving patient access, team coordination, and improving care quality as top wishes, but inadequate budgets,...
TechnologyTransformation Never Ends, Says New Chief Digital Officer
Jason Szczuka tackles new role at Bon Secours Mercy Health.
TechnologyDigital Front Door Tech Fuels San Antonio Vaccination Success
An app guides patients from door to destination and uses location services of mobile platforms.
TelehealthNo-Cancel Culture: How Telehealth Is Making It Easier to Keep That Therapy Session
Virtual visits can also save patients money, because they might not need to travel, take time off work or pay...
StrategyHealthLeaders CEO Exchange Roundtable: Lasting Impact
Did healthcare really learn from 2020?
TelehealthPediatric Telemedicine Gains Traction During Pandemic
While many of the 2,000 parents nationally who responded to the survey still have reservations about pediatric telemedicine, most said...
Clinical CareDoctors Now Must Provide Patients Their Health Data, Online and On Demand
Advocates herald the rule as a long-awaited opportunity for patients to control their data and health.
TelehealthAtrium Health's Virtual Hospital Opens Door to New Care Models
Health system is exploring applications beyond COVID-19 to provide care at home.
TelehealthVirtual Care Spreads in Missouri Health System, Home to 'Hospital Without Beds'
St. Louis-based Mercy became a pioneer in telehealth in 2015 when it opened Mercy Virtual Care Center in the suburb...
TelehealthBusiness Leaders, Healthcare Stakeholders Urge Congress to Support Audio-only Telehealth
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Harvard Pilgrim, Ascension, and others back audio-only Medicare Advantage bill.