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When the right technology is married to the right process, the sky’s the limit in terms of driving compliance and improving care—case in point, diabetic retinopathy.
Rohan Kulkarni writes that he hasn't had more than 10 minutes of facetime with his doctor in the last 5 years. A new Xerox survey sheds light on doctor-patient disconnects.
New research from Xerox found that only 16% of U.S. adults have used virtual health for non-urgent advice, exams, or counseling...even though 61% are willing to do so.
Dr. Eric Schneider and colleagues are proposing the many ways in which a digital health advisor (DHA) might be helpful.
Improving healthcare requires a partnership between the payer and the care system. There must be transparency in every aspect of the relationship.
Millennials are molding the world their own image and their generation-specific habits are affecting how things work, namely in healthcare.
Telehealth technologies may become so important to addiction treatment in the future, that they will become the dividing line between failure and success.
Clinical studies have shown that every patient population can benefit when mobile mental health is combined with telepsychiatry services.
We spent some time with two of these French Tech companies to learn what they are up to: BewellConnect and Biomouv.
Curely hopes to offer everyone, everywhere a chance to speak with a physician - virtually
More and better technology is not a substitute for adequate mental health care funding and coordinated planning.
Innovative technologies in diagnosis, treatment, and care delivery will disrupt healthcare within the next 5-10 years.