Articles Related to telemedicine on Health Imaging Hub
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Around 15,000 children and family members in the United States are in dire need of healthcare. Therefore, in recent developments, South Florida mobile medical clinics operated by Children's Health Fund, which operates the mobile clinics for children in homeless or low-income families, will be able t...
 
USA, July 21, 2013 - Vendor selection and technology adoption are two of the biggest challenges for providers looking to implement telehealth at their facilities, according to Erin Denholm, CEO at Colorado Springs, Colo.-based Centura Health at Home, the post-acute care division of 15-hospital Centu...
 
USA, July 17, 2013 - Hospitals that used telemedicine technology and referred patients to children's facilities saw their revenue increase significantly, according to research published this month in the journal Telemedicine and e-Health. For the study, researchers retrospectively examined billing ...
 
USA, June 23, 2013 - The very nature of telehealth--the use of technology across distance to provide healthcare services--can increase the risk associated with even routine treatments. That makes patients' informed consent even more important, according to an article at Lexology. Imperfect technol...
 
USA, June 18, 2013 - By one estimate, 1.8 million patients will be treated via telehealth worldwide by 2017, a sign of the growing acceptance of remote medical services. But as with any emerging trend, there remains much to be worked out. To that end, René Y. Quashie, senior counsel in the health...
 
UCLA to test telehealth program for pediatric behavioral issues. The American Telemedicine Association this week published best practices for providing mental health services through personal computer webcams and other devices with interactive video capabilities. The document--"Practice Guidelines...
 
What if there were a Meaningful Use program for telemedicine? Ryan Spaulding, director of telemedicine and telehealth at the University of Kansas Medical Center, posed that scenario during a public policy discussion at the American Telemedicine Association's annual meeting this week. He urged the ...
 
'It's got everything to do with expanding access to healthcare in Wyoming. It's something we get to do for our community.' In the rural West, neighbors often come in handy. And nowhere is that probably more true than in Wyoming. With a mere 5.8 inhabitants per square mile – only Alaska is more...
 
Telehealth chronic disease self-management programs can lead to improvements in self-efficacy, health behaviors, and health status for chronically ill patients, according to research published online ahead of print in the journal Telemedicine and e-Health. For the study, 213 participants participat...
 
April 2 to 4,2013, Shanghai Medical & Healthcare Tourism Conference  held in Shanghai Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center,sponsored by the Shanghai International Medical Exchange Center, attracted a large number of medical institutions exhibitors to promote communication and cooperation bet...
 
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