Videoconferencing reduced anxiety and stress among “distance caregivers,” according to the results of randomized trial scheduled to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
As social distancing has become the new norm due to COVID-19, the new normal for healthcare has also seen a rise of telehealth services. However, there are security risks involved for patients’ personal data and companies’ private information.
NEMEXIS, an international anti-fraud consulting firm based in Berlin, reported fraud and corruption affecting healthcare and healthcare systems spurred whistleblower activity in half of the 58 countries in the survey.
Associate Editor of Managed Healthcare Executive, Briana Contreras, speaks with Drobac, executive director of Alliance for Connected Care, and a partner with Sirona Strategies, in Washington, DC, about the recent rise of telehealth in response to COVID-19.