Bipartisan Budget Deal Expands Funding for Telehealth

The end of last week turned out to be a bit of a rollercoaster as the US Congress attempted to pass their 2018 budget plan, thereby avoiding yet another government shutdown. In the very late hours of Thursday night, things were looking rather bleak as a government shutdown activated for the second time in less […]

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Risk Assessment for Telehealth

When dealing with any networked system, risk is an inherent part of the situation. This is true even for the big boys and girls at the NSA. However, there are tried and proven methods to minimize risk before a breach happens and to curtail damage once it does. Any plan and response to the risks […]

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School-based Telehealth  Improves Health Outcomes

It’s no secret consumers are embracing technology in nearly every aspect of their lives—even healthcare. As it turns out, according to a new study by the University of Rochester not only is telehealth access improving child health both in schools and at home, children are responding positively to it in all manner of settings.

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Building Strategic Telehealth Partnerships: Community Health Clinics 

Today, many community clinics lack the resources necessary to secure their records online. As a result, these clinics often choose to continue maintaining paper records. However, this can be problematic in a number of ways, from the required space to security issues. In fact, not knowing how to properly use a computer has cost at […]

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