Researchers say the advancements driving precision medicine will have little impact without a concurrent focus on delivery.

Health plans are taking a broad approach to health data, using digital records to drive value-based contracts and improve population health.

As more healthcare providers are launching telehealth programs, hospital executives and vendors have a few words of wisdom—namely, exercise patience.

The FCC is seeking input from a wide range of health IT stakeholders to identify the barriers to broadband-enabled advancements in healthcare.

Medicaid regulations in all but two states offer reimbursement for telemedicine, but coverage still varies widely despite interest from patients.

Building on the key tenets of precision medicine, Stanford Medical School believes algorithms will make healthcare more predictive than reactive.

Digital apps, remote monitoring and wearables could help physicians improve chronic care, but accessibility may be a problem for many patients.

There’s a new problem for unsuspecting physicians who practice telemedicine: Some virtual visitors are sending them inappropriate pictures.

MDLive is facing allegations that the telehealth provider failed to maintain patient privacy by sharing screenshots of confidential medical information.