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Findings from the American Telemedicine Association’s 2017 Telemedicine Executive Leadership Survey were overwhelmingly reassuring for telehealth advocates.
A telemedicine pilot program looks promising for concussion evaluation among athletes who were studied by remote neurologists and onsite caregivers.
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.
The dual-purpose technology seeks to connect both civilian and military first responders to medical specialists across the globe, providing much-needed aid
The addiction crisis is rampant in the US, so it's remarkable that an area we've only just begun to explore the uses of telemedicine for is drug addiction.
Two recently published studies conducted by Harris Poll assess American adults' perceptions of telehealth and telemedicine heading into 2017.
Cancer survival rates are at an all-time high, and healthcare providers are encouraging patients to play an active role in managing their care using telehealth.
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.
Telemedicine has seen some remarkable advancements in 2016, here’s a look back to some of our top telehealth stories from this year...
Cold symptoms are common this time of year, and can keep us - and our wallets - from enjoying the holidays. Luckily, telehealth services may offer a cure.
A new milestone was reached today as the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the first standalone telemedicine bill ever to receive a recorded vote on the floor.
The official hospital for the Houston Texans, an NFL team, will begin a pilot program using telemedicine for concussion treatment of students.
Long-time MeMD provider McClendon, PA-C answers questions about the practicality and usability of telemedicine for patients and providers.
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.
An increasing number of private insurers are paying for telemedicine, a trend gaining traction which experts say will boost utilization of the service.
“I am asking for your help to solve an urgent health crisis facing America: the opioid epidemic.” Dr. Vivek Murthy, 19th Surgeon General of the...
Recently the U.S. Department of Defense issued a memorandum that effectively changed the Military Health System (MHS) policy on telemedicine.
Telemedicine services are gaining rapid popularity with employers looking to optimize the throughput of their workforce by offering the health benefit.
While progress has been made in Arkansas regarding telemedicine legislation, barriers still exist and continue to cause a headache for telehealth advocates.