Telemedicine project tackles hepatitis C virus and substance abuse treatment

A federally funded project in New York that tests the value of telemedicine in treating patients battling substance abuse and hepatitis C virus (HCV) is expanding, following promising results.

6 key categories telemedicine can help increase access to patient care

Telehealth and telemedicine technologies are beneficial in providing up-to-date, timely and cost-effective care to resource-limited populations.

Maternal death rates in the U.S. are the highest among developed nations

We are progressing towards a healthier society in the U.S. with technological advancements in healthcare through telehealth…

Biogen and Eisai say Alzheimer treatment slow the declines in memory and thinking backing Amyloid theory

Biogen and Japanese partner Eisai have found an experimental drug, which shows slowing of declines in memory and thinking.

Role of the caregiver in treating patients

Caregivers support their loved one throughout the journey of illness.