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MeMD shares its outlook for telehealth in 2022 in areas including value-based care, mental health, provider shortages, transparency and more.
The demands on the U.S. healthcare system are increasing, while physicians are in short supply. This dilemma has paved a path for virtual primary care.
Bill will discuss how MeMD is using technology to meet demand on a grand scale, in addition to other vital telehealth applications outside of the pandemic.
What started as a niche industry has morphed into a major player in today’s healthcare delivery system. What are the reasons for this radical change in the role of telehealth in today’s healthcare system? The answer, Unsurprisingly, is multifaceted...
There are many reasons you may decide it’s time to see a mental health specialist, but how do you find the right fit? You’ll want to put in the time and effort to find the mental healthcare provider who’s a match for your personality and lifestyle by taking the following essential steps...
In an effort to mitigate the rising costs of detaining individuals within state-run correctional facilities, many states have begun turning to telemedicine.
As broadband internet access expands, and speeds increased, more and more patients will have access to real-time healthcare in the form of telehealth.
Telemedicine has been used since the late 1960’s, but has gained more mainstream appeal amongst patients and providers within the last 5 years.
A group of six bipartisan senators introduced a bill called the CONNECT Act that attempts to make it easier for Medicare providers to utilize telemedicine.
Millennials are changing the world around them, and in the realm of healthcare, the impact of this generation is not entirely positive...
Medicine has entered a new age and the world is noticing - even the political world. Telemedicine received its first mention from a presidential hopeful.
21st century medicine requires a 21st century education for future healthcare providers; telemedicine as a topic of study is a vital part of that plan.
Using the web as a tool to learn more about a physician-delivered diagnosis can be helpful, but researching and diagnosing yourself is a different story.
Using technology intended for remote monitoring testing in space, Ebola patients and providers are now both benefiting from this application of telehealth.
Symptom checker websites may be a quick and easy alternative to scheduling a doctor's appointment, but there's a much better way to get a diagnosis online.
MeMD was recently featured on "America's Backbone" – a go-to resource for business owners looking to better their businesses with the latest technology, strategies and more.
Want to know the industry’s hottest business trends for 2015? They may surprise you. Get ready for crowd-funding projects and dialing up doctors.
While health advocates continue to promote telehealth's effectiveness, a new term has been coined that may potentially cause confusion - “connected care.”
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It can be a quick, affordable and convenient solution for many patients. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself if you are considering seeing a doctor online ...
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