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Telehealth is Tumbling 30-Day Readmissions Penalties

In time for this year’s HIMSS – Lee Horner, President of Stratus’s Telehealth Division, explains how Telehealth can  reduce re-admisisons.
High readmission rates are a $17 billion problem across the U.S. 423 more words

People & Markets

Kangpe is a mobile service connecting Africa to healthcare

Healthcare in Africa might conjure up an image of some physician working in a remote village via Doctors without Borders but mobile technology is rapidly changing… 388 more words


Texas may consider telemedicine legislation

The growing use of telemedicine by Texas consumers is raising questions for the state about how best to regulate it.

Telemedicine has been used in Texas since the 1980s, mostly to treat patients in hard-to-reach locations such as rural areas, oil rigs, or prisons, and traditionally has taken place from internet-connected clinics staffed by professionals. 268 more words

Public Health

Everything you need to know about technology, students are now learning in grade school

By: Jone Tiffany

Technology touches every part of our lives, our communities, and our homes. Yet much of higher education lags behind when it comes to integrating technology into learning activities. 582 more words


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Telecare is more than just technology – it has the power to create care networks for older people

Telecare is a range of remote care technologies and associated services that have been developed to accommodate an ageing population while helping people to stay in their homes | The Conversation… 204 more words

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