Recently, several SERMO physicians shared tips regarding how physicians can get more involved in mHealth. Here are 10 of our favorites.
Practices can interact with patients in many ways using social media: from community engagement to patient education to crisis communications.
Medical apps are a hot commodity, but before you jump in to the development market, take time to fully understand federal regulatory requirements.
More practices and hospitals are exploring how mobile devices can engage patients and improve outcomes. Here's how your practice can get involved.
With so many mobile device options available, it can be difficult to determine what mobile health solution is right for your practice.
Telemedicine allows certain luxuries for both physician and patient — for better or worse.
Using technology to harvest and integrate patient data into the EHR is an efficient means of saving provider time, and engaging patients in their care.
No matter how you choose to communicate — view every single message you deliver as a piece of formal correspondence that will live on in perpetuity.
Telecommunication technology holds great promise in improving both patient outcomes and access to care. So what's the problem?
Don't avoid using social media in your medical practice just because of HIPAA fears. Here are eight tips to get it right.