Why telehealth is more than just a pandemic trend

Bill Siwicki for Healthcare It News The COVID-19 pandemic brought telemedicine technology and services to a mainstream audience – like it or not. As it turned out, studies have shown that a great many patients and providers like the flexibility that telemedicine affords. Liz Fobare is vice president of product management at Tebra, a vendor…

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Burnout and staffing shortages collided with COVID-19 in 2021 to create the perfect storm

Susan Morse for Healthcare Finance  Through the bad – workforce shortages and lost revenue – and the good – the rise of telehealth and Hospital-at-Home models – COVID-19 changed, and will continue to change, the way hospitals and providers strategize their business models and care for patients. Along the way, digital technology stepped in to help executives make…

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How telemedicine can help everyone have a primary care physician

By Bill Siwicki for Healthcare IT News The National Academy of Medicine recently released a report urging everyone to have a primary care physician. The report went on to recommend that telehealth could have a role to play in this expansion of primary care. Dr. Josh Emdur is chief medical officer at SteadyMD, a virtual primary care…

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