The newly reintroduced CHRONIC Care Act of 2017 seeks to establish federal standards for telemedicine reimbursement and expand chronic care services...
Findings from the American Telemedicine Association’s 2017 Telemedicine Executive Leadership Survey were overwhelmingly reassuring for telehealth advocates.
CONNECT-MS, a new pilot program, will follow MS patients for one year to determine if telemedicine could be beneficial to patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
Hospitals, emergency rooms, and urgent cares in rural areas are finding it more difficult to maintain 24 hour operations, so are turning to telehealth.
Legislative directives such as the ECHO and Cures Acts signify the commencement of a new chapter for telemedicine in the delivery of health care.
The fourth open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act has arrived; with it comes a sharp increase in premiums for those with marketplace coverage.