Telehealth Solutions in the News
At MedCity News’ INVEST conference, panelists in a session on patient-centric care talked about the impact of the pandemic.
For many health systems, embracing virtual care services for patients prior to the pandemic's start proved to be a key factor in their systems' quick adaptation to the changing health care environment
The pandemic has been a catalyst for an explosion in telehealth and physicians who oversee virtual care at three Catholic health systems say the platform has proven its value across specialties.
Providence had a problem: maintaining access for its patients and needing to find creative ways to expand hospital and clinician capacity through virtual means.
Hospital executives are planning for how they can sustain telehealth momentum from the COVID-19 pandemic and build the practice into their future care delivery strategies.
Find out how Providence is minimizing the exposure of COVID-19 with telehealth visits.
Hospitals around the world are using both new and established technologies to protect patients, clinicians, and high-risk individuals from being exposed to the new coronavirus.
Health system executives talk about how they've used telehealth to meet the demands created by the Coronavirus pandemic.
With relaxed restrictions on telemedicine, thousands of doctors are jumping on board. What to know, where to get help, and how to reassure your patients.
Dr. Amy Compton Phillips shares her perspective on technology and the COVID-19 response.
COVID-19 has forced us to change the way we live and it's changed the way some doctors and nurses are providing care.
The service provides quick access to counseling by phone or video connection and has seen its highest volumes since its launch.
Dr. Gregg VandeKieft, palliative care specialist, began seeing clients through televisits for the first time in recent weeks and recounts his experience with the Catholic Health Association.
Providence is offering the telehealth visits as an option to allow patients to remain safely in the comfort of their homes and still see their providers.
Providence launched a telebehavioral health initiative earlier this year to address mental health issues among the organization's employees and their family members.
Dr. Rod Hochman joined health leaders on the first episode of PSBJ Straight Talk to share stories from the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.
Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips shares how Providence has rapidly evolved care delivery during the COVID-19 crisis.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many hospitals and health systems are expanding telehealth services. Learn more.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many hospitals and health systems are expanding telehealth services. Find out how mental health care is adapting.