TelehealthStudy Projects Telemedicine to Save Healthcare Industry $21B Globally by 2025
However, the savings would be limited to developed nations where access to required devices and Internet connectivity is prevalent.
TelehealthCT Gov. Extends 'Relaxed' Provisions for Telehealth
The legislation Lamont signed Monday allows relaxed rules enacted through his executive order to remain in place through at least...
TelehealthBabylon Expands Provider Network with Meritage Acquisition
Babylon will acquire Meritage's care management, claims processing, medical management, and population health programs functions and Meritage Health Plan.
Clinical Care'I Just Feel Like Myself': A Nonbinary Child in Their Own Words
Both parents had read about people who are transgender, but they were not familiar with the term nonbinary, which refers...
StrategyHe Bought Health Insurance for Emergencies. Then He Fell Into a $33,601 Trap.
Since the Trump administration deregulated the health insurance industry, there's been an explosion of short-term plans that leave patients with...
Clinical CareThe Making of Reluctant Activists: A Police Shooting in a Hospital Forces One Family to Rethink American Justice
The shot fired into Alan Pean's chest would extinguish his family's belief that diligent high achievers could outwit the racism...
StrategyHenry Ford Health System CSO Outlines Healthcare Equity Strategies
Dr. Carladenise Edwards, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Henry Ford Health System, shares the organization?s initiatives around...
Clinical CareA Primary Care Physician for Every American, Science Panel Urges
The panel recommends that all Americans select a primary care provider or be assigned one, a landmark step that could...
Covid-19COVID Shot in the Arm Not Enough to Keep Pharmacies in Business
It's too early to quantify just how many pharmacies succumbed to COVID and assess how patients will be affected.
StrategyMedicaid, Safety Net Programs Weather COVID-19 Storm, Study Finds
Better-than-expected tax revenues and a tsunami of federal aid have helped states bolster Medicaid and safety net programs during the...
Clinical CareIn Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta, Millions Face Long Drives to Stroke Care
Across Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta, more than 80% of counties have stroke death rates above the national average.
StrategyCovered California Says Health Insurance Just Got Too Cheap to Ignore
If you are uninsured because health coverage seemed too expensive the last time you looked, it's time to look again.