August 9th 2022
Sossong, who leads the company’s behavioral health efforts, spoke with us about the stress of the pandemic, expanding services to rural areas and integrating mental health with primary care.
September 2nd 2021
Virtual care can reduce healthcare disparities even after the pandemic ends.
March 28th 2021
A study documented shifts in telehealth use and ambulatory care during the first four months of the COVID-19 pandemic, from March to June 2020.
March 24th 2021
Costs were lower for those who used telehealth services.
March 16th 2021
The loss of privately insured in-state patients could likely hinder healthcare operations.
Patients Accept Robotic Triage Care, As Satisfactory As In-Person Interaction with Clinician
The general public appears to be interested in and satisfied with using robotic systems for healthcare tasks.
Telestroke Capabilities Increase Chances of Stroke Patients to Receive Reperfusion Treatment
Telestroke capabilities may extend stroke expertise to hospitals without on-site stroke experts.
PursueCare and Herren Project Partner to Improve Access to Telehealth for Substance Use Disorder
The partnership may reduce barriers to care for patients with substance use disorder.
Telemedicine Trends During COVID-19
Investigators are probing data for patterns of telemedicine usage that will yield insights into the boom and future use of the technology.
Telehealth Disparities Remain Evident
New data demonstrate how telemedicine is being used by various populations.
Adopting Remote Digital Monitoring Tools for Diabetes
A study found 65% of patients would adopt remote monitoring capabilities even if they did not improve their diabetes.
Virtual Care Can Be Leveraged By High-Volume Cancer Centers
Virtual care capabilities can limit disruption to care.
Health Tech Trends in 2020 and Beyond
How health tech affected care in 2020 and how it will be used in the year ahead.
Securing Digitalization Within Healthcare
Three areas that should be prioritized when working to improve healthcare digital security practices.
Winners of the Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge Announced
Winning technology focused on women’s health, Parkinson disease and collecting more valuable health data.
Will Remote Patient Monitoring Finally Flourish in 2020?
How providers can succeed with remote patient monitoring tools.
How On-Demand Care is Changing the Face of Healthcare
Three ways healthcare delivery is changing.
Kickstarting the Healthcare Transformation with 5G
How 5G can improve access to care and patient outcomes.
6 Connected Patient Challenge Finalists to Compete in Live Pitch-Off
The finalists have a chance at up to $50,000 in in-kind services from Boston Scientific and Google.
Boston Patient Experience Symposium Attracts Star Power for Tech Improvement Talk
The Fourth Annual Conference will bring together stakeholders to enhance patient experience in their healthcare ecosystems.
Beyond The Pill: Using An Interconnected Diabetes Management Solution To Improve The Lives of People With Diabetes
Sponsored: How Ascensia is leveraging digital health to improve type 2 diabetes management.
AI: The Unexpected Trust-Building Tool in Healthcare
Artificial intelligence can help health systems prioritze patient satisfaction and experience.
Healthcare and the 5G Revolution
The promise of 5G lies in its ability to connect patients, but negatives abound.
How eConsults Are Reducing Wait Times Through Enhancing Primary Care Capabilities
eConsults have emerged as an effective method to enhance front-line primary care capabilities.
The Inevitability of Health IT in the Cloud
Health IT 2.0 will be successful if cloud-based computing is leveraged.
Telehealth Momentum Fueling 6 Trends in 2020
Telehealth adoption and benefits will only continue to increase in the upcoming year, one American Well expert suggests.
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to Sponsor Award for the Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge
A new sponsor will award a Massachusetts-based organization up to $25,000.
Virtual Humans Can Improve Communication Skills in Medical Students
The technology helped the students learn verbal and nonverbal skills.
How Children's Hospital Los Angeles' Staff Is Creating Change Through Innovations
A challenge at CHLA encouraged employees to develop ideas to improve the health system.
How Value-Based Care Can Lead to More Personalized Patient Care
Physicians can provide more individualized treatment if they know how their patient’s health is outside of the four walls of care.
Sure, Technology Investments Can Be Costly but What's the Cost of Doing Nothing?
5 ways tech-driven access and visibility into a health system can drive specialty center growth.
Veterans' Use of Telehealth Services Is Up 17% in 2019
More than 900,000 veterans used VA telehealth services this year.
Alert System Reduces Hospital Stays, Mortality in Patients with Sepsis
Alerts could lead to earlier interventions for patients with the condition.
Built First... But Built to Last?
How health systems can act to leverage incumbent advantage to compete with new market entrants.
Video Communication Tech Could Help Train Surgeons
The system did not increase cognitive load, researchers reported.
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