InnovationOchsner Reduces Patient Falls by 51% with Telesitters
Remote monitoring with mobile camera units improves patient safety and saves money
InnovationVirtual Care Perceptions Shift: Docs On Board, Patients Willing to Pay
A study by Mass General may herald rising acceptance of virtual care among physicians at systems where the technology has...
StrategyWalgreens, Microsoft Form Partnership to Transform Healthcare
The software giant and the retail pharmacy chain signed a multiyear agreement, pledge to improve health outcomes and lower costs...
Innovation3 Predictions for Virtual Care in 2019
Readers tell us what trends will have the greatest impact on telehealth in the year ahead.
Innovation6 Ways Telehealth Made Progress in 2018
Readers weigh in about the most significant advances in virtual care.
InnovationHow Did 2018 Change the World of Telehealth?
Readers look back and share their perspectives about the biggest trends impacting the industry of virtual care.
Clinical CareHow Intermountain Saved $1.2M With Neonatal Telehealth Program
Avoiding air medical transfers of newborns from community hospitals to tertiary hospitals saves an average of $18,000 per flight.
InnovationIs the Time Now Right for Consumer Telehealth? Ochsner Forges Ahead
As consumers begin to embrace virtual care, the need to enhance the patient experience drives strategies that appeal to a...
InnovationVirtual Care Is No Longer Optional: What's Now, What's Next, and How to Get There
Telehealth has matured into a disruptive enabler that helps you meet multiple clinical and business strategies.
Innovation4 Questions with American Telemedicine Association CEO Ann Mond Johnson
The new leader is evolving the nonprofit telemedicine organization to support the industry's expanding focus.
NursingNeed to Train Nurse Practitioners About Telehealth? Use Robots
The RoboAPRN program gives APRN students experience in telehealth and mental healthcare.
Innovation5 Telehealth Insights from CMS' Seema Verma
Telehealth is changing the face of healthcare, and Medicare must adapt, said the CMS administrator.