Keyword: American Telemedicine Association
Former ATA CEO launches AI-focused advocacy group, Shulkin is back in Trump's crosshairs plus more health IT news.
The newly launched Center for Connected Health will be largest telehealth hub in the Philadelphia region, according to Penn Medicine.
Telehealth and health informatics stakeholders reiterated concerns about the FCC's decision that was met with immediate legal challenges.
Telehealth, interoperability and access to real-time data were among the issues raised by providers and health IT groups as CMS explores CMMI changes.
President Trump declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency, which opens up access to telemedicine addiction treatment.
Two days after it was introduced, a bill that would make telehealth coverage a core part of MA plans sailed through a House committee on Wednesday.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA) CEO Jonathan Linkous is stepping down after more than two decades, according to the association.
Interactions with attendees at ATA 2017 revealed several takeaways that are top of mind for providers, practitioners and telehealth newcomers.
A group of six senators have reintroduced a bipartisan bill designed to expand Medicare coverage for telehealth services and remote patient monitoring.
Medicaid regulations in all but two states offer reimbursement for telemedicine, but coverage still varies widely despite interest from patients.