The asynchronous platform mimics an in-person interaction between clinician and patient, company executives said, thus gathering the necessary information for diagnosis and providing clinicians with treatment options.
The bill would enable providers affiliated with the Department of Veterans Affairs to deliver telemedicine services across state lines, eliminating a requirement that the providers be licensed in the same state as their patients.
In the highly mobile health environment, care teams need fast, easy ways to communicate and collaborate with each other and their patients. While enabling anytime, anywhere productivity can directly inform an organization's ability to drive high-quality, low-cost health services, it must also address privacy, compliance and security concerns. This solutions brief highlights personalized, dynamic solutions to empower mHealth professionals with new tools that maximize those abilities.
Healthcare providers must assure patients the utmost security, confidentiality, and integrity of sensitive information. This means maintaining total HIPAA compliance within their organization, including healthcare IT infrastructure. This white paper elucidates HIPAA compliant IT infrastructure, from physical and environmental controls, to appropriate guidelines between a Covered Entity and data center provider when outsourcing. It also helps clarify key points including service provider qualifications, and why Business Associate Agreements are integral for establishing accountability with partners.
For more than 60 years, Blood Systems has been offering its life-giving services throughout the Western U.S. Blood Systems wanted to optimize its network for business value, migrating to the latest WAN services. Read this white paper to learn how Blood Systems increased flexibility and now support business continuity requirements so the nation’s blood supply wouldn’t be interrupted in the face of a natural disaster or pandemic.
No sooner did Sylvia Matthews Burwell take over as Health and Human Services Secretary than a collection of telemedicine and mHealth associations asked her to eliminate some of the roadblocks to ubiquity.