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Reuters Health: Telemedicine surging in US but still uncommon

“Although telemedicine visits have increased sharply in the U.S. in recent years, the vast majority of American adults still receive care from doctors in person rather than via remote technology, a new study suggests. The goal of telemedicine is to help … Continue reading

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Abraar Karan: Has the physical exam had its day?

Abraar Karan (an internal medicine resident at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital) shares a fascinating opinion piece in the BMJ. “The physical exam needs to change to make the most of technological advancements, says Abraar Karan. I received my first stethoscope … Continue reading

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“It’s 2018, and We Still Have No Idea If Mobile Healthcare Apps Work”

It’s 2018, and We Still Have No Idea If Mobile Healthcare Apps Work by Milos Mudric (16 Oct 2018). mHealth Insights “What was the promise of reduced admissions and improved health outcomes in patients? This goal has not been achieved and is … Continue reading

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The future of healthcare: our vision for digital, data and technology in health and care

The UK’s Department of Health & Social Care has issued a fascinating Policy Paper on The future of healthcare: our vision for digital, data and technology in health and care. mHealth Insights “All around us, a new generation of technology is … Continue reading

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Join us at “Transforming Community Pharmacies in to High Street Clinics”

Transforming Community Pharmacies into High Street Clinics is a conference organised by NELLPC and will be held from 9-5pm on Thursday the 15th November 2018 at The Arnold Hills, London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST. The conference … Continue reading

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Is Fraud the biggest driver of telemedicine revenues?

Seven companies and four men have been charged with involvement in a $1 billion telemedicine fraud scheme involving allegedly filed false claims for payment and misleading doctors and patients in order to defraud private health benefit programs. I think people … Continue reading

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CNBC: AliveCor CEO on Kardia vs. Apple Watch

A masterclass in leadership here by Alivecor CEO Vic Gundotra in conversation with CNBC. On competition from the world’s most affluent and profitable corporation: “we were kind of like a lone voice in the wilderness, like a restaurant in a … Continue reading

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