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Telemedicine apps are thriving because working moms love the convenience of their smartphones – CNBC

MoMo Productions | Getty Images When Laika Kayani started to lose her voice late one night last year, she picked up her iPhone and got connected to a doctor through a video-chat service called American Well. Kayani, who works at a health-tech company in San Francisco, used the app...
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Telemedicine makes slow progress in bridging urban, rural counties – Winston-Salem Journal

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Telemedicine makes slow progress in bridging urban, rural counties  Winston-Salem Journal Cutbacks in federal and state hospital reimbursement rates — whether existing or proposed — have put more emphasis on providing quality care for a lower … Source
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Maryland shows states how to save modern medicine – The Washington Post

Pat McLaine is a professor of nursing at the University of Maryland and a member of the Maryland Nurses Association. David Wallinga is senior health officer at the Natural Resources Defense Council. A growing scourge is threatening modern medicine as Americans know it. Each day, hundreds of us die...
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If you want cheaper health care, you may have to visit your doctor on your phone – Sun Sentinel

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Four Ways that Telemedicine is Improving Lives – Borgen Project

SEATTLE — About percent of the people in poverty live in rural locations, which presents multiple challenges, specifically in connecting these people with essential services and the quality of life available to those in bigger cities. That’s why innovations like telemedicine are a great stepping stone for improving...
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NewYork-Presbyterian establishes health innovation institute for telemedicine programs – Becker's Hospital Review

Jackie Drees – Thursday, June 27th, 2019 Print  | Email NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City recently launched the Hauser Institute for Health Innovation in recognition of the more than $50 million philanthropists Rita Hauser and Gustave Hauser have donated to the hospital’s telemedicine programs. Mr. and Mrs. Hauser have financially...
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UCHealth Steadman Hawkins Center Offers Cutting Edge Orthopedic, Sports Medicine – CBS Denver

ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The UCHealth Steadman Hawkins Center near Interstate 25 and Dry Creek Road is open and accepting patients. The grand opening has been much anticipated for both staff and patients. (credit: CBS) “It is super exciting. It’s something we’ve been thinking about for years honestly...
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Telemedicine: Revolutionizing Healthcare Arena – CIOReview

By CIOReview | Wednesday, June 26, 2019 Telemedicine tools have the potential to reach out wide across the world with maximum affordability, and accurate and on time medical care deliveries. FREMONT, CA: As the healthcare industry is pacing up there professionals and clinical services with the help of digital...
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