Health sensory technology has paved the way for remote patient monitoring and telehealth to dominate the future of healthcare, according to the former Apple CEO John Sculley.
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.
U.S. overdose deaths seem to have fallen for the first time in nearly three decades, preliminary numbers suggest.
President Donald Trump’s executive order targeting at new methods for detecting and treating kidney disease, could give more opportunities for those using telehealth software & mHealth.
Attorney Mei Kwong, executive director of the Center for Connected Health Policy in Sacramento, believes that telehealth services can eliminate barriers to good health care in rural America.