Does Telemedicine for Diagnosis Have a Place in Healthcare?

September 16th 2021

Telemedicine for diagnosis scaled up dramatically as a result of the pandemic, but there isn’t much known about the impact on diagnostic quality and safety.

Even With Vaccines, PPE Remain an Important Layer of Protection Amid COVID-19 Surge

September 15th 2021

A provider of personal protective equipment (PPE) discusses the continued importance of PPE, vaccine mandates and healthcare workforce shortages amid the surge of COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant

Podcast: Getting Health Systems and Hospitals to Utilize Data From Wearables

September 14th 2021

Terri Casterton, director of Healthcare Product and Strategy at Bottle Rocket, discussed the latest Apple Watch features, the use of patient supplied data in healthcare and the use of technological innovations in healthcare.

Healthcare Largely Support Biden COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate, Express Concerns Over Workforce Shortages

September 13th 2021

While the main healthcare organizations expressed effusive support over President Joe Biden’s new mandate for COVID-19 vaccinations among millions of healthcare workers and private-sector employees, there are concerns about the current healthcare workforce shortage.

MED MOVES: Allina Health CEO Retiring, New President at VCU, and More Executive Moves

September 11th 2021

Allina Health’s CEO will retire at the end of 2021 while McLaren Bay Region announced a new CEO and the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center has a new president. Meanwhile, two interim leaders will fill in at OSU Wexner Medical Center.