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Telehealth in 2018: What Can We Expect?

In many ways, 2017 has been a banner year for telehealth and mHealth, from the introduction (and in some cases, passage) of more than 200 bills in state legislatures, to the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) proposed rule making it easier for the agency’s practitioners to treat patients across state lines, to continued investment in […]

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Help for Postpartum Depression in an App?

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics, approximately one in nine women will experience postpartum depression. Perhaps a more worrisome statistic: per Postpartum Progress, only about 15 percent of those women ever receive professional treatment. But a new app might be able to both help identify women suffering from postpartum depression and […]

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Does the New FDA mHealth Guidance Provide Clarity?

On September 23, 2013, the mHealth community finally got what they had been waiting for: the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) official Mobile Medical Applications Guidance.  Two years after releasing its initial draft guidance, the agency, acknowledging that the burgeoning industry is in need of regulation, made the final document available to the public. “The […]

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