Are you ready to visit your doctor … by iPhone? American Well is banking on it. You may not recognize the name, but the company is a key player in telemedicine: American Well provides telehealth kiosks
The increasing digitization of health care has ushered in a wide array of technological options, pushing patients to read up on them and make good choices. Here’s what the experts say: ● Be a wise consumer.
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Starting today, Heal is attempting to change the way San Franciscans think about primary health care. Launched in Los Angeles in February, the on-demand health care company could help parents with feverish
Infectious diseases like tuberculosis and polio were once rampant, and although infectious diseases are still a major problem in some areas of the world, chronic diseases are now the major cause of death
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How does employee engagement drive results for healthcare systems? What is the hard return-on-investment (ROI) of engagement for hospitals? “Without employee engagement, you’re never going to get the of
Imagine if the iPod could only play Frank Sinatra songs, or if the latest iPhone version was a not-so-smart-phone with just text, email and a weather app. It’s not just the existence of mobile computers