Tag: telemedicine

Health Care, Industry

BrandPost: Healthcare Modernization? More Like Building the Plane While Flying It

September 27, 2021

Via: CSO Online

Anyone who works in business is likely familiar with the phrase, “Building the plane as you’re flying it.” And after the craziness of these past 18 months, I’m sure most of us are now intimately familiar with that expression. From […]


Trump Moves to Make Telemedicine More Accessible for Veterans

September 17, 2017

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

The department of Veterans Affairs is unveiling a new initiative to greatly increase the use of telemedicine for veterans across the country. President Trump and Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, MD, have announced the rollout of a new app designed […]

Policy, State & Local

Pa. lawmakers consider bill to set telemedicine standards, require insurance coverage

August 19, 2016

Via: StateScoop

Pennsylvania lawmakers are now considering a bill to define what constitutes telemedicine in the state and that directs insurers to cover the use of telehealth technology for treatment. State Sen. Elder Vogel’s S.B. 1342 is now up for consideration by […]

Hardware & Software, Tech

New Rules For Our Health’s Digital Future

January 4, 2016

Via: Tech Crunch

Technology promises to transform healthcare. It’s redefining how we interact with, and act on, our health data, and reshaping how care is delivered and coordinated. But uptake so far has been limited, particularly among the elderly, those with chronic conditions […]

State & Local

Alabama governor creates health care task force

April 7, 2015

Via: Jake Williams

Alabama’s Gov. Robert Bentley established a 38-member task force made up of representatives from academia, the insurance industry, the medical field and state agency leaders to look at the use of telemedicine and extending medical resources to rural areas, according […]