State telehealth network slammed in fraud scandal

Community Health Network, which runs Tennessee's telehealth program, has been hit with serious fraud allegations, and may ultimately have to shut down, reports FierceHealthFinance. State investigators discovered at least one executive made nearly $81,000 in inappropriate purchases on agency credit cards, stole cash and equipment and falsified expense reports. The agency as a whole misspent another $1.2 million, the state audit uncovered. --Read the full FierceHealthFinance article

Suggested Articles

The newly launched Center for Connected Health will be largest telehealth hub in the Philadelphia region, according to Penn Medicine.

The FDA commissioner wants to use additional funding under Trump's budget to advance digital health initiatives and integrate real-world data.

The FDA's approval of an app that uses AI to notify specialists of a potential stroke offers new possibilities for triage software that uses CDS.