Let’s Not Lose Sight of Patient Experience with Virtual Care

June 09, 2021

Strategies are needed that take most, if not, all of the burden away from the patient so that RPM enhances their experience with their care. Both telehealth and RPM have those elements needed to improve the patient experience, including good communication between doctors and patients and improved patient engagement.

What Role Can Telehealth Play in Emergency Medicine?

May 25, 2021

It is undoubtable that the role of telehealth technology has soared throughout the pandemic, achieving levels of adoption that were previously thought unattainable. However, appetites are changing drastically, the question is now; what role can telehealth play in emergency medicine?

ISPOR: Matthew Reynolds of IQVIA Addresses Potential Overuse of Telehealth

May 20, 2021

Matthew Reynolds, PhD, vice president of real-world evidence at IQVIA, discusses his appreciation for telehealth and remote care, but feels over the next year or so we're going to be seeing more studies come out questioning if some telehealth is needed in certain areas. The discussion came from findings of a recent paper with the National Pharmaceutical Council on how COVID-19 affected real-world data and research.

5 Core Beliefs Blocking Digital Transformation in Health Systems

April 29, 2021

As market forces visibly disrupt healthcare (less access to cheap capital, reimbursement pressures, rising demand for services in the face of constrained supply), digitally transforming core processes is not merely an option any more.

Today’s Effects of Telehealth When Caring for Diabetic Children

April 23, 2021

Dr. Kathleen Bethin, clinical professor, and Dr. Lucy Mastrandrea, associate professor and division chief of endocrinology/diabetes both at the Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo, spoke with Vic Baldry of Cecelia Health to discuss the challenges telehealth has created when caring for families with children who have type 1 diabetes.