Digital Healthcare

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Access to Healthcare Services in a Connected World

Doctor-patient relationships and healthcare delivery have traditionally centered around physical healthcare facilities like physicians’ offices and hospitals, with in-person exams serving as the primary source of medical information. Of course, there are still many medical scenarios that require physical visits, including scans, blood draws, vaccinations, and more. But technology has advanced to the point where …

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legislation and telehealth

How is the Government Supporting Telehealth Growth?

Telehealth has been seen as an opportunity to improve the healthcare system for many years.  The technologies that enable connected health solutions such as virtual visits, remote patient monitoring, and other forms of digital patient-physician engagement can provide new opportunities for treating patients, increasing access to needed services, and reducing friction and inefficiency in the …

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Connecting the Fee-for-Service System and Value-Based Care Solutions

Bridging the Gap Between Fee-for-Service and Value-Based Care Models

The healthcare system has traditionally followed a fee-for-service (FFS) model, which effectively compensates providers for each service they provide.  One of the problems with the model is it inherently drives providers towards wanting to provide more services in order to increase revenue.  As a result, there tends to be more of a focus on increasing …

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Digital Transformation in Healthcare Driven by New Tech and Tools

How New Technology and Tools are Driving Digital Healthcare

The U.S. healthcare system has been under fire for its inefficiency and costs.  A big part of the inability to make significant inroads is the slow rate of adoption of new technology and tools that are driving greater collaboration, cost savings, and efficiency in other industries. These technologies, though, bring the promise of a digital …

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key trends affecting connected health adoption

Key Trends are Creating a Need for Connected Health Adoption

The U.S. healthcare system is in a state of flux. It’s been following its traditional model for care for generations, which has led to a largely inefficient system. Connected health solutions have become a real opportunity to address some of the obstacles to improving care delivery and bridging the gap between healthcare needs and providers’ …

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How Big Data Can Improve the Healthcare System

The U.S. spends about $3.5 trillion annually on healthcare.  That’s significantly more per capita than other developed countries, a gap that has widened over the past several decades.  Between 21-25% of that could be considered waste from a number of sources, including high costs and operational inefficiencies. But, there is a tremendous technological shift taking …

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How Digital Healthcare Helps Drive Patient Engagement and Awareness

Digital transformation has become a growing trend in most industries, as business leaders implement new strategies to increase operational efficiencies and reduce costs using the latest technology solutions. Momentum has been building in healthcare and providers are turning to new connected health solutions that allow them to more effectively communicate with and treat patients.  Connected …

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