Topic: Mobile Integrated Healthcare
T-Mobile announced it will provide the VA with 70,000 lines of service in order to advance telehealth initiatives.
A collaboration between the VA and Apple dating back to early 2017 would put the system’s medical records on the iPhone, according to the WSJ.
HealthTech4Medicaid teaches health tech companies why they should bring their solutions to beneficiaries and then helps them do so.
App stores have all the ingredients for interoperability: competition, connectivity and choice. Healthcare should take note.
Using customized secure messages to patients on specialty medications, CVS Health expanded its digital offerings to target hard-to-reach patients.
Nearly 50 organizations say new AMA-approved CPT codes for remote monitoring will improve care for patients with chronic conditions.
Apple is opening up its Health Records platform to app developers, cutting down the time and effort it takes to pull in medical data.