John Commins is a content specialist and online news editor for HealthLeaders, a Simplify Compliance brand.
TytoCare CEO and Co-Founder Dedi Gilad claims the platform will allow Prisma physicians to "fully replicate an in-person visit."
The online, self-paced program examines innovative telehealth models and best practices and provides strategies to help providers overcome nagging hurdles.
California docs say the latest mandate is part of an ongoing and "common practice for health insurance companies to create new obstacles for patients, in hopes of not having to provide essential health care to those who need it."
Cricket claims its "StageSmart™" predictive analytics model can identify patients with chronic kidney disease stages 3b and beyond with 96% accuracy.
The settlement stems from violations of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008.
The new feature is designed for infrequent users of telehealth or people who may not be tech savvy, according to a post on Zoom's website.
While 80% of respondents said their primary care health issues were resolved using telehealth, accessing virtual care remains a challenge for elderly and rural patients.
Before May, telehealth as a percentage of medical claims had steadily fallen from February through April.
CMA claims that Aetna's actions violated the state's Unfair Competition Law.
Four Michigan hospitals were named in the suit, which stems from the questionable practices of one gynecologic oncologist.