From relying less on federal leadership to making government funding more flexible, discover what the healthcare world might look like post-coronavirus.
As our society continues to move in a more “on demand” direction, will therapy professionals follow suit through telehealth therapy? Maybe so.
Telehealth is gaining in usage, says a new report, but there are still some barriers in place that are hindering wider implementation.
The FCC will vote next month on a $100 million program that aims to expand telehealth to rural patients and veterans by funding technology for providers.
A new app is taking aim at the telehealth space–not to diagnose, but to triage–and advanced practitioners and RNs are the ones on call.
The results of a long-awaited study has found that telehealth saves providers nearly $3K per patient when used for post-discharge knee replacement PT.
Telehealth companies have long asserted that increased access to physicians via video or phone saves money by reducing office visits.