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In 2016, Significant Growth in Remote Monitoring Usage–Again

Now might be a good time to invest in some mHealth stock. For yet another year in a row, the use of remote monitoring and connected medical devices has skyrocketed, with the market in the midst of what researchers term “a growth phase fueled by rising market acceptance in several key verticals.” As first reported […]

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Proposed Budget Mean and Health IT? Likely Cuts Raise Concerns

President Donald Trump’s first budget proposal, some initial details of which were released this week, has raised quite a few eyebrows. This is largely due to its suggested $54 billion increase in defense spending, to be offset by cuts to funding for non-defense programs at various federal agencies–what one administration official termed “lower priority programs […]

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Apple’s Patent-Pending Invention Highlights Work on Telehealth

Apple has applied for a patent that signals its intention to move into the telemedicine sphere, according to Patently Apple. The invention, described in a patent application published in July by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, consists of methods for facilitating the communication of health information between patient and physician via portable electronic devices, […]

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FDA Sets It’s Sights on Silicon Valley’s Digital Health Boom

As the digital health market continues to grow rapidly, it is expected that regulatory scrutiny from the Food and Drug Association (FDA) and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) would continue to increase in innovation centers across the US, specifically Silicon Valley. “When the process is managed right, we know that the government can be […]

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How BYOD Strategies Will Affect the Future of Mobile Health

Mobile devices and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategies are seen as methods to improve communication between patients and physicians while also reducing health care costs and enabling better health information access. Many hospitals and clinics are requiring physicians to use mobile technology such as a tablet or smart phone to decrease costs. But are […]

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How is Telemedicine Transforming Health Care

The improvement of technology is greatly benefiting the telehealth market. Faster internet speeds, changing insurance standards, smartphone advancements, and increased numbers of health care providers using telehealth services, are all working together to change the future of telehealth. Telemedicine services and technologies open the door for higher quality health care in remote locations. Doctors Without […]

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Telemedicine Boost Patient Engagement

A HealthMine Survey of 500 consumers who use mobile/Internet-connect health applications discovered 39% are not aware of telemedicine. Only one-third of the respondents to the survey identified their health plan offers telehealth as an option. Many healthcare organizations are developing Apple and other technology to increase patient engagement via convenient physician access outside of offices […]

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WHY MORE TEXANS WILL VISIT THEIR DOCTOR

For citizens who live in rural parts of Texas, visiting their doctor can be no easy task. Thankfully, telemedicine is a powerful tool to help bridge the gap to help citizens across this large state. There have been many media stories, with headlines reporting “Telemedicine Under Attack In Texas.” Unfortunately it’s not true, and headlines […]

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HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS NOT WAITING FOR TELEHEALTH BILL

In the state of Florida, lawmakers have been debating telehealth for several years Several health care providers across the state have jumped a head of wavering lawmakers to implement programs which utilize virtual online connections with their patients. Tampa General Hospital will be launching a mobile app to help patients better connect with their doctors […]

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TELEMEDICINE ADOPTION GROWS, BUT HURDLES REMAIN

Recently, software specialist Reach Health, completed a survey focusing on the adoption of telemedicine services. The survey revealed roughly two-thirds of respondents rand telemedicine as the top priority or one of the highest priorities for their health care organization, a ten percent increase the 2015 survey results. Issues stemming from reimbursement and limitations of EMR […]

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