Partners HealthCare’s Joe Kvedar, M.D., to Serve as American Telemedicine Association President

Partners HealthCare’s Joe Kvedar, M.D., to Serve as American Telemedicine Association President »

26 Jul, 2019
NewsPeople
  Change is coming to the American Telemedicine Association (ATA). The organization yesterday announced Joseph Kvedar, M.D., of Boston-based Partners HealthCare, as president-elect. His year-long term will begin in April 2020. Kvedar served as president of ATA from 2004 to 2005 and was on the board of directors from 2002 to 2006. Kvedar will succeed…
Overcome the Technical Challenges of Telehealth for Nephrology

Overcome the Technical Challenges of Telehealth for Nephrology »

15 Jul, 2019
MTB PromotionNews
  Sponsored by the Renal Physicians Association. Not long ago, reimbursement rules severely limited how nephrology practitioners could treat patients via telemedicine. If they wanted to receive payment for their services, physicians could use the technology to treat only those dialysis patients who were at an “originating site,” such as a hospital or similar clinical…
Allegheny Health Network Announces A New Challenge

Allegheny Health Network Announces A New Challenge »

13 Mar, 2017
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The AHN “Design the Chip Challenge” to offer $10,000 prize for best design of a portable, secure technology allowing immediate access to patients’ medical histories.

Sloan Healthcare & Bioinnovations Conference [Discount Code]

Sloan Healthcare & Bioinnovations Conference [Discount Code] »

19 Jan, 2017
Events
The MIT Sloan Healthcare Club invites you to the 14th Annual Sloan Healthcare & Bioinnovations Conference on February 24th at the MIT Media Lab. This year's theme is Emerging Trends in Healthcare: Personalized & Digital Health and will feature an exciting line up of industry experts, including keynote speaker Larry Renfro, CEO of Optum and Vice Chairman of UnitedHealth Group! Please also join us…
Top 5 Reads of the Week

Top 5 Reads of the Week »

20 May, 2016
NewsUncategorized

In this week’s MTB Roundup: the honesty problem in Silicon Valley, a damning teledermatology study, the Theranos recall and more…

Study Finds Google Glass a Viable Teletoxicology Consult Tool

Study Finds Google Glass a Viable Teletoxicology Consult Tool »

“There are very few toxicologists across the United States—I think there are about 500 of us,” says Dr. Chai, who along with his colleagues found that Google Glass could provide a better alternative to the traditional toxicology phone consultation.

Real-Time Patient Engagement: A Solution for Diabetics Suffering from Foot Ulcers

Real-Time Patient Engagement: A Solution for Diabetics Suffering from Foot Ulcers »

Orthomonitor is a wearable device that can be embedded in orthotics and prosthetics to assess the patient treatment experience. Photo provided by Kinematix. You may not know that diabetic patients commonly express concern about foot ulcers. According to WebMD, this is because these patients have an increased risk of complication with wound healing. Decreased blood flow and a…

Hale Health Launches Relationship-Based Remote Care Platform »

7 Oct, 2014
News
Hale Health hopes to strengthen the relationship between doctors and patients. At last month's Health 2.0 conference, Hale Health CEO and co-founder Anna Larson took her company live, launching a digital platform that provides remote care by guiding patients through structured diagnostic protocols, collecting the information needed for effective assessment and triage. "It’s no secret…
Hooked on HealthTap

Hooked on HealthTap »

HealthTap brings medical expertise into your pocket - or onto your tablet - with the click of a button. In the world of constantly changing online medicine, HealthTap has doctors and patients hooked. It's Reddit, Ask Jeeves, Yelp and the Mayo Clinic all rolled into one platform, giving patients direct access to doctors…
Primary Care Via Telemedicine: A New Form of Ongoing Delivery

Primary Care Via Telemedicine: A New Form of Ongoing Delivery »

5 Sep, 2014
Opinion/Editorial
A doctor completes a tele-consult. Image via telemedicine wiki. Telemedical treatment has been a tantalizing possibility for many years, for reasons including a failure of health plans to pay for it and too little bandwidth to support it, but those reasons are quickly being trumped by the need for quick, cheap,…

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