The Rules Surrounding Telehealth are Changing
Thanks to a new agreement, medical licensure issues won't hold back the growing telehealth industry nearly as much.
Switching EHRs is a Headache for this Practice
To fall in line with its IPA, this practice is reluctantly switching its EHR system. Here's why they aren't happy about it.
Making Wearables Valuable to Medical Practices
Only 5 percent of practices are using technology that monitors their patients' health status. Why haven't wearables made an impact in clinical care?
My Changing Relationship with Technology in Medicine
This doctor details how she's using technology more than ever at her practice and has started to embrace it.
Increasing Access to Mental Care with Telepsychiatry
With a growing shortage of mental health providers, primary-care doctors can use telepsychiatry to outsource mental health patients.
Is the Health IT Industry Failing Physicians?
The Physicians Practice Tech Survey confirms that physicians aren't fans of EHRs and health IT, in general. Here's a look into why this is the case.
Doctors are No Match for Computer Viruses
Doctors and their staff are vulnerable to computer viruses, one of the few things they didn't learn to diagnose and treat in medical school.
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