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With the rise of telehealth–especially in light of COVID-19 and the availability of advanced technological modalities–ATH has taken asynchronous care to the next level.
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.
With advances in mobile devices, wearable sensors and A.I., telehealth providers have access to a massive amount of objective patient data, with more coming in the months and years ahead...
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...
MeMD President and CFO Glenn Dean discusses how technology has affected the spectrum of care delivery in October's issue of In Business. Noting that technology like telehealth has helped medical professionals better detect, diagnose and treat disease, while improving access to care.
The days before Christmas, Hanukkah and other winter holidays can be some of the most stressful. Keep yourself healthy and sane with these tech-driven tips.
Over Pokémon Go? To enjoy the same fitness benefits of smartphone-motivated exercise without catching 'em all, try out these apps to help you stay fit.
With the availability and affordability of streaming workout programs, all you need is 30 minutes a day and internet to get the exercise your body needs...
Are you a smartphone junkie? Break free from these common smartphone behaviors – so you can use technology as a tool, rather than becoming a slave to it.
Start thinking not only about your personal health, but the health of your local community as well, this week is National Public Health Week...
Improve your family's overall health, wellness and safety with these smartphone features and newly developed health apps that provide crucial medical data.
Patients can request a visit 24/7 to connect with a medical provider to receive diagnosis and treatment. But what ailments are appropriate for telemedicine?
In today's tech-savvy world, tech-related health risks associated with prolonged computer or smart phone use are prevalent, here's what you can do to avoid issues.
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.
Playing video games can be a healthy hobby for both children and adults if you understand which games to play and when to play them.
No matter where you travel in the modern world, you'll never be lost if you have a smartphone or tablet in hand. Here are some of the best apps for travelers.
Technology can enhance virtually every aspect of your life, including your health! Here are some tech tools that can help keep your allergy symptoms at bay.
ALS patients living in rural areas can now connect with physicians using telemedicine, allowing for a unique opportunity to receive uncompromised care.
Activity trackers range from $50 to $200, so they can be quite an investment. Consider these differences when deciding which tracker will fit your needs.
"Webside manner" is the new bedside manner - to have a successful patient visit, doctors need to combine their medical knowledge with technology skills.
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