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A recent study by Foley & Lardner indicates telehealth reimbursement will be on top of the agenda during the coming year, but will states, private payers and the federal government find an acceptable path to true payment parity?
New research presented at ACR Convergence, the American College of Rheumatology’s annual meeting, shows that expanded use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic improved cancellation rates, no-shows and completed medical visits for rheumatology ambulatory clinics in one large Ohio health system.
Patients in the ICU who received care from a teleintensivist were less likely to die and more likely to be discharged sooner than those who received traditional ICU care, data show.
A Luma Health survey finds that COVID-19 contamination fears are keeping patients away from critical care management services, and providers need to use telehealth to get them back on track.
With the right technology, remote patient monitoring can be a good complement to telehealth, allowing physicians to receive real-time data.
Kat JercichHealthcareITNews.com Data released this past week from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services show that more than 34.5 million services were delivered via telehealth in Medicare and in the Children's Health Insurance Program from March through June....
Joe JancsurakMcKnightsSeniorLiving.com More than half of the home health agency respondents to a recent survey said the biggest pandemic-related change to their business models has been converting to digital delivery of services, and that this conversion will be...