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.
More millennials are shunning the traditional primary care model, in favor of retail clinics, free-standing urgent care centers, and telemedicine.
Telemedicine has been hampered by its inability to craft clinical guidelines.
Telehealth companies have long asserted that increased access to physicians via video or phone saves money by reducing office visits.
A telepractice expert shares what you need to know before—and how to prepare for—providing online services.