August 31st 2023
During and after the COVID-19 public health emergency, expect vigilance by federal regulators.
August 29th 2023
Virtual care can help connect everyone in the country to top-quality doctors
June 8th 2023
Use data to track how patients want to interact and how insurers will cover costs as 'hybrid' becomes the new normal.
April 13th 2023
Many hospitals and organizations are working to connect clinicians via virtual collaboration.
February 10th 2023
For the first time, clinicians have been able to get a “behind the scenes look” into their patient’s environment during telehealth visits.
Telehealth services billing unchanged at least through 2023
Any billing changes won't come for a while.
Telehealth 2022: Tips for maximizing telemedicine tools
The greatest challenge moving forward will be how to maximize remote medical capabilities.
OIG Telehealth report highlights issues from first year of the pandemic
HHS-OIG shares findings from its review of potential fraud, waste, and abuse in Medicare billing for telehealth visits in the first year of the pandemic.
Telehealth items to monitor
The top three types of care that were sought across state lines were primary care, mental health, and cancer.
Telehealth in a post-pandemic world
Telehealth will not disappear from the health care landscape.
Connecting a disconnected healthcare ecosystem with telehealth and technology
Turns out that getting good, essential health care in the U.S. depends on income, more so than in any other wealthy country.
Telehealth vs. telewealth: Six steps to ensure your future
Your success or lack thereof will rest upon patient loyalty.
Telehealth: More than a pandemic trend
It’s clear that telehealth is here to stay.
Ins and outs of telehealth contract management
Since Covid-19 began, telehealth usage has exploded, with approximately 80% of doctors now using the service.
HHS OIG warns healthcare providers of dangers of telemedicine fraud
Many schemes involve allegations of orders or prescriptions for medically unnecessary DME, genetic testing, wound care, or prescriptions for medication, each resulting in reimbursement from a Federal health care program.
The government’s focus on telemedicine
With the public health emergency possibly coming to an end, the government is looking to continue telemedicine expansions.
How doctors can leverage telehealth to help their patients and their practices
While most insurance plans now accommodate telehealth, you should still know how to bill it properly to avoid unpaid claims.
Medicare telehealth services for 2022
Some telehealth provisions introduced to combat the COVID-19 pandemic have been continued until at least the end of 2023.
Choosing the right setting for a telemedicine call
Finding the right location can make patients more comfortable with telehealth.
2022 PFS Impact on Telehealth and Care Management: Initial impressions
What the new physician fee schedule may mean for your practice.
Optimizing the patient experience in a post-Covid-19 world
The challenge for practices now is how to continue meeting evolving patient expectations while optimizing revenue and protecting their team from burnout.
Embrace telehealth and virtual visits to enhance the patient experience
Patient desire for virtual visits will likely not diminish. But when it comes to telehealth, what do providers desire?
Preparing for the Next Phase of Telehealth: What physician practices need to consider
Patient preferences and needs have changed, and physician practices will need to level up their virtual care offerings to accommodate them.
Pandemic Lessons: How to successfully sustain telehealth long-term
In an environment of ongoing change and uncertainty, virtual care is a powerful, permanent option for patients and physicians alike.
Optimizing patient payments in the Covid-19 era: 3 key questions providers must ask
Providers can reap the rewards of a digital transformation that boosts efficiency and profitability, but they must first invest in the right technology.
Telemedicine and telehealth litigation risk rises as demand soars
One of the biggest risks is the act of practicing medicine virtually and the challenges of virtual examinations, reviewing diagnostics, communicating with the patient, loss of contextual clues, etc.
Video Visits versus Virtual Care
The difference lies in more than just the name.
Humanizing patient engagement with one-to-one coaching
Effective coaching delivered virtually must be conversational and personalized to the individual.
Beyond Telehealth: Expanding the definition of virtual care
Why the conflation of “telehealth” and “virtual care” is misguided.
3 things practices must do to assure they get paid for telehealth in 2021
It’s critical that independent practices make sure that they are laying the groundwork to make telehealth a robust part of their care delivery and their bottom line.
Limitations and advantages of telemedicine
From ACP’s 2021 Internal Medicine Meeting.
Eight technologies practices are leveraging to deliver better patient care
Solutions that have become more than just “nice-to-have” since the beginning of the 2020 pandemic.
Why healthcare providers need a telehealth 2.0 strategy
COVID-19 supercharged what had been a typically slow but steady adoption of telehealth.
A successful RPM program requires consistent patient engagement
It is essential to maintain a level of regular communication and engagement with patients.
Telehealth proving to be game changer for FQHCs
For many Federally Qualified Health Centers telehealth services have been crucial to being able to continue to provide care during this time.
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