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The prevention of type 2 diabetes: in UK it’s also digital

Forty thousand people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes will receive digital support to prevent the development of the disease. The initiative is foreseen in the Long Term Plan of the NHS, published at the beginning of the year. 248 more words

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Telemedicine Service Zava Raises $32 Million Series A To Scale Across Europe

This week, Zava, a telemedicine provider with over 3 million paid consultations to date, has announced a $32 million Series A investment ahead of its launch into statutory healthcare systems in Germany, France and the U.K. 7 more words

Theories Predicting End-User Acceptance of Telemedicine Use: Systematic Review

Only a few telemedicine applications have made their way into regular care. One reason is the lack of acceptance of telemedicine by potential end users. 157 more words

Gojek & Doctor Anywhere Jointly Offer Prediabetes Risk Test

Gojek and Doctor Anywhere will offer some 2,000 drivers a fully-subsidised prediabetes risk test as part of National Day celebrations.

Gojek will offer some 2,000 driver-partners access to a fully-subsidised prediabetes risk test, under its driver benefits programme, GoalBetter. 431 more words

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MedTech: MyDoc & Prudential Launches Telemedicine Partnership

Prudential and MyDoc are launching online doctor consultations and telemedicine services to Asian consumers.

Prudential Corporation Asia (“Prudential”) today announced it will partner with telemedicine provider MyDoc to offer consumers access to value-added health services on their mobile phones, including doctor consultations, electronic prescriptions and electronic medical certificates. 513 more words

News

Sleep Medicine Specialist to Provide Direct Pay Video Consults to Patients in Georgia and South Carolina

For the past year I have grown increasingly frustrated as our health care system has valued payer over patient, time and time again. Even our hospital administrators seem immune to care and compassion – the bedrock of my practice.
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