Joe Kvedar, MD, President of ATA, joins Pat Salber, MD, CEO and Editor of The Doctor Weighs In, for an in-depth telehealth update.
Teledentistry will remain a viable approach to dental care even after the pandemic due to the many benefits it offers dentists and patients.
Dialer Video is Doximity's new telehealth feature that allows doctors to connect with their patients on their own cell phones with the click of a button.
Digital automation tools that improve healthcare workflows are key as stakeholders seek new ways to deliver patient care and increase operational efficiency
Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are important tools in many areas of cardiac research including disease modeling, drug development & transplantation.
There are now many different types of science-backed hair regrowth treatments, including laser. Early intervention usually produces the best results
Innovations in dried blood spot testing (DBS) technology will greatly improve the adoption as well as broaden the reach of DBS technology.
Breast & lung cancer screening programs have led to diagnoses at an earlier stage. AI-deep learning systems improve on those results by reducing diagnostic errors.
Physician innovators empowered to solve problems are key to meaningful change in healthcare. They understand the issues because they deal with them everyday.
Google isn’t the only tech company with ambitions to improve public health but it's one of the most visible companies making concerted efforts to enter the field.
Health technologies that improve clinical care & support patient engagement will reinvigorate efforts to improve outcomes. Here are some that lead the pack.
There are many advantages of Invisalign over traditional braces for achieving a healthy, attractive smile. However, they are not appropriate for everyone.