Tag Archives: telehealth

Trusts, Busting (Telehealth and Rx Blooming?)

Last week, the Social Security and Medicare boards of trustees released their annual financial forecasts, and media reports predictably led with their scariest interpretation of those forecasts: “Hospital fund set to run out by 2026” read one typical headline. The trustees have a long-established track record of, well, let’s call it “conservative” forecasting, and nothing […]

Telehealth Use by Skilled Nursing Growth Continues

The use of telehealth, or telemedicine, continues to grow across the skilled nursing market

Insurers-Hospitals Face Cost Structure Change

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Insurers-Hospitals Face Cost Structure Change Insurance fundamentals (risk) that supersede the ACA are driving changes seen in coverage, and at a more rapid pace each year, resulting from ACA impacts. One of those changes has been a significant increase in the use of alternate sites of care (ASOCs) due to medical policy changes driven by […]

Telehealth Applications Patient Care

Telehealth Applications Patient Care Rita M. Marcoux, RPh, MBA; F. Randy Vogenberg, PhD, RPh, FASHP June 2016, Vol 7, No 5 – Employers’ Perspective – Value-Based Cancer Care The term telehealth is used interchangeably with telemedicine by some organizations. However, telemedicine is typically associated with the delivery of traditional clinical diagnosis and monitoring by using […]