As multiple states find test positivity rates rising, more patients are calling their provider or seeking telemedicine consults asking what they should do if they have COVID. 521 more words
New report finds the growth of telemedicine visits has plateaued and accounts for a relatively small percentage of rebounding ambulatory care.
On Monday, 340 organizations signed a 370 more words
From ‘Government Technology’ (June 29, 2020):
The hospital system — the first in the country — wired bedside video cameras and microphones on a secure network in 2000 so a medical team could monitor patients at multiple hospitals’ intensive care units from one command center around the clock. 244 more words
When people talk about the resources we have in fighting the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy for us to forget that doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals are also part of these resources. 366 more words
Oscar, the first direct-to-consumer health insurance company, announces today that it has closed a $225 million funding round. The round positions Oscar to continue growth off of a $2 billion revenue base and puts the company on a path to further advance its mission of making health care simple. 870 more words