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This App Will Help You Sort Through Your Views On Dying

“One of the biggest problems right now is that even if you want to have these conversations, most of us have no idea where to start."<p>There are apps for nearly everything -- ordering food, catching rides and finding dates, to name just a few of the common tasks people accomplish via a swipe of a …

Telemedicine and the evolution of healthcare

This week, the 2015 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference was held in Chicago, and we took the opportunity to discover …

About Telehospice Care

I. What is Home Telehospice?<p>Home telehospice, the newest frontier of telehealthcare delivery, can deliver some of the usual hospice services now …

How Social Media Is Changing The Way We Approach Death

Death has long been taboo in an American culture that values youth, but an open conversation online can increase our enjoyment of life and understanding of its eventual end.<p>For a week last month, Scott Simon, the popular radio host of NPR's “Weekend Edition Saturday,” stayed by his mother's side in …

Hospice Care

With changes in the regulatory handling of premature release of patients from hospitals and the subsequent readmission of the patient into the …

Great Lakes Home Health and Hospice Telehealth

The Perfect Storm for Telehealth Adoption

Enterprise<p>The past few years have been remarkable for the telehealth industry. We have seen rapid innovation and diffusion of new technologies, which …

Uber for Doctors: 5 Apps Bring Back House Calls

Silicon Valley is trying to revolutionize the way Americans get medical care by bringing doctors directly to your phone, but another fast-growing …

Virtual Care Technology Transforms Home Healthcare, Empowers Patients - IT Peer Network

Today, many healthcare organizations are experimenting with and implementing the art of virtual care. Innovation in technology is finally able to …

6 simple gadgets improving life for those with dementia

Every 67 seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.<p>It's a shocking statistic, but it's only the beginning. One in three seniors dies …

VNHFC Telehealth January 2011

MobiHealthNews

Through SMART, FHIR, and the Argonaut Project, standardized APIs for EHR data interoperability are finally starting to show serious signs of traction.

Telehospice programs improve care coordination, patient satisfaction

<b>Telehospice programs improve care coordination, patient satisfaction</b><p><i>VA has telehealth model that’s opening nationwide</i><p>Experts predict a bigger role …

Telehospice: Using Telecommunication Technology for Terminally Ill Patients - Whitten - 2001 - Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

Abstract<p>In 2000, a bi‐state telehospice project was launched in Michigan and Kansas, designed to provide end‐of‐life services to hospice patients and …

Technology and Hospice Care

<b></b>As America’s population ages demand for high quality hospice care is growing. As a result, innovative providers are searching for new services that …

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Telehospice: A Bistate Project to Improve End-of-Life Care

Dr. Pamela Whitten<p>Dr. Pamela Whitten is Assistant Professor in the Department of Telecommunication at Michigan State University. In 1985, she …

Hospice News & Trends | Homecare Talk

Category Archives: Hospice News<p>Many opportunities are emerging for hospice organizations to extend the reach of home-based services to more patients. …