Telemedicine Adoption

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9/28/2020 Telehealth startup Doctor Anywhere’s surprise move: Opening physical clinics ... DA) have closed double-digit fundraises over the past year. The latter firm’s CEO Lim Wai Mun tells Tech in Asia that Covid-19 served as a “tailwind” for telehealth in Asia, “fast-tracking telemedicine adoption by five years.”“We’ve achieved the goals we had set for ourselves by 2023 in 2020. We saw a huge jump in users during the onset of Covid-19 – a 200% to 300% jump ...
9/17/2020 Medical services costs for telehealth could swell to $106B by 2023, vendor predicts Healthcare Dive ... estimates about 20% of all medical visits will be conducted virtually this year. Researchers also looked specifically at patients with chronic conditions, a population driving the majority of healthcare spend. Those patients saw increased telemedicine adoption of 77% amid the pandemic, compared to a 57% increase for patients without a chronic disease. Dive Insight: Virtual care skyrocketed in popularity amid the pandemic as patients tried to avoid potential virus transmission ...
9/16/2020 3 Telemedicine Myths That Many Veterinary Practices Still Believe LifeLearn’s Commitment to Community September 16, 2020 Category: Telemedicine Given the relative infancy of veterinary telemedicine adoption , many veterinary practices remain hesitant to adopt telemedicine because of three lingering myths: “Telemedicine platforms are unnecessary when there are free video chat tools like Zoom.” “The need for telemedicine will disappear once COVID-19 and curbside care are over.” “Using telemedicine will require extra time, and I don’t have extra time.” As ...
9/15/2020 Kareo Launches Advanced New Telehealth Solution to Enable Independent Healthcare Practices to Improve Patient Care PR Newswire ... leader in the field by Frost & Sullivan in 2018. Kareo's telemedicine solution grew steadily, but the pandemic prompted an increase of 400% week-over-week growth in telemedicine visits and a 2,000% increase in telemedicine adoption among their customers. In addition, Frost & Sullivan currently forecasts that the use of telehealth will increase by over 64% this year and will grow sevenfold by 2025. [1] In response, Kareo has launched its ...
9/15/2020 Kareo Launches Advanced New Telehealth Solution to Enable Independent Healthcare Practices to Improve Patient Care ... leader in the field by Frost & Sullivan in 2018. Kareo's telemedicine solution grew steadily, but the pandemic prompted an increase of 400% week-over-week growth in telemedicine visits and a 2,000% increase in telemedicine adoption among their customers. In addition, Frost & Sullivan currently forecasts that the use of telehealth will increase by over 64% this year and will grow sevenfold by 2025. [1] In response, Kareo has launched its ...
9/12/2020 3 ways to bring telehealth to the next level MedCity News ... telemedicine. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, this restriction of state-specific doctors was lifted as the healthcare industry was flooded, and telemedicine was the solution to see patients safely. To continue to see telemedicine adoption evolve and expand so it’s accessible to more patients, this state-line license restriction should be reconsidered. The expansion of telemedicine services has allowed people across the country to access needed healthcare during the ...
9/10/2020 Your exclusive preview of the Digital Health Briefing ... rural US areas, according to Healthcare IT News. The plan focuses on four strategies to enhance rural healthcare—including facilitating the use of telehealth and other tech innovations. The HHS' new plan could drive telemedicine adoption in rural areas—which has been difficult in part due to poor broadband access and a shrinking volume of care facilities—but it may not go far enough. The plan could knock down reimbursement ...
9/10/2020 Worldwide Telemedicine Industry to 2030 - Major Market Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities PR Newswire ... Definition 2 Scope of the Study 3 Research Methodology 4 Industry Analysis 4.1 Evolution of Telemedicine 4.2 Need for Telemedicine: A View of Changing Medical Practices 4.3 Telemedicine Changing Medical Practices 4.4 Level of Telemedicine Adoption from a Pre-and Post-COVID-19 Perspective 4.4.1 Pre-COVID Scenario 4.4.2 During COVID-19 Scenario 4.4.3 Post-COVID-19 Scenario 4.5 Competitive Landscape: Existing and New Entrant Competition Analysis 4.6 Funding Scenario ...
9/10/2020 In rush to embrace telehealth, many physicians still have concerns about quality of care, survey finds FierceHealthcare ... virtual consultations in the past three months, about half (52%) said they will likely continue to do so after COVID-19 mitigation measures have ended. The urgency of COVID-19 mitigation has greatly accelerated telemedicine adoption in a way that will have a lasting impact on care delivery, according to Matthew Arnold, principal analyst at Decision Resources Group, part of Clarivate. "U.S. physicians are seeing patients remotely as often as ...
9/10/2020 How To Protect Your Healthcare Practice From Ransomware Attacks - Software Advice ... in breaches that impacted healthcare entities with 500 patients or more, so the true cost of these cyber attacks is likely even higher. This isn’t a new problem. But with the recent surge in telemedicine adoption due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the general growth of digital healthcare tools, security should be at the top of your mind right now. This guide will help you better understand ...
9/9/2020 HHS' Rural Action Plan may fall short when it comes to funding - Business Insider Business Insider ... focuses on four strategies to enhance rural healthcare—including facilitating the use of telehealth and other tech innovations. HHS' Rural Action Plan could fall short. Business The HHS' new plan could drive telemedicine adoption in rural areas—which has been difficult in part due to poor broadband access and a shrinking volume of care facilities—but it may not go far enough. The plan could knock down reimbursement ...
9/8/2020 U.S. Employers Explore Overhauls to Employee Benefits to Preserve Jobs, Budgets in 2021 PR Newswire ... of the pandemic, telemedicine was rated the top healthcare cost-control tactic in 2020, with 59 percent of employers providing employees with the ability to connect with healthcare providers virtually. COVID-19 has accelerated telemedicine adoption rates, providing employees with a socially distanced care option that is on-demand and less costly than standard office visits or trips to emergency rooms and urgent care facilities. Opportunity Exists to Revitalize Communication ...
9/2/2020 Council Post: Our New Normal: The Rise In Telemedicine Adoption And Its Role After The Pandemic Forbes Co-founder & CEO of DocASAP , the most advanced patient access and engagement platform for health systems, health plans and physician groups. As we experience a resurgence in Covid-19 cases , healthcare consumers are continuing to adjust their expectations for what healthcare will look like in the future. Healthcare’s digital front doors are opening up access, and providers are adopting telemedicine technology to meet the growing demand for risk-free, convenient ...
9/2/2020 Study: Considerable Room for Improvement in Telemedicine Adoption adoption F or all the reports regarding how much telehealth has advanced during the COVID-19 pandemic, it may have gone without notice that robust telehealth capabilities still are not deployed on a large scale in the United States. Some regions and states are much better equipped and experienced in this arena than others. 1 Investigators from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) scoured through 2017 data from the American Hospital Association ...
9/1/2020 A systematic scoping review of change management practices used for telemedicine service implementations ... 16 ]. Common barriers reported are lack of technological compatibility, resistance to change, lack of adequate reimbursement, lack of usability and medico-legal and liability concerns [ 8 , 16 ]. The assumption underlying this work is that telemedicine adoption can be achieved by increasing the enablers and reducing the barriers [ 22 ]. Yet, many barriers to telemedicine remain stable over time, with studies continuing to report the same barriers with little signs of improvement ...