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FierceHealthcare, 11-18-2020

Virtual care use among Anthem’s Medicare Advantage members was 136 times greater in the early months of the pandemic compared to pre-COVID-19 levels, a new report from the insurer shows.

MedCity News, 11-17-2020

As the Covid-19 crisis accelerates, healthcare organizations are turning to technology solutions to help them keep pace with patient care needs as well as population health initiatives.

Patient Engagement HIT, 11-12-2020

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the changes in healthcare delivery stemming from it, has left its mark on the healthcare industry and pushed many patients to prefer digital health as a key care access medium.

Modern Healthcare, 10-31-2020

Advances in wearable technology are opening the door for a new generation of disease treatments that leverage remote monitoring and therapeutics delivered via devices worn on the body.

Authority Magazine, 10-30-2020

Healthcare works better when all its parts work together in ways that are easier, when data and services are interoperable to make healthcare simpler and work better for consumers, and when it’s more responsive for the people that depend on it.

HIT Infrastructure, 10-27-2020

KLAS and the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) recently released a report which found artificial intelligence (AI) to be one of the most promising emerging technologies in the next two years.

Yahoo! Finance, 09-13-2020

Digital health services, which surged during the COVID-19 outbreak as a placeholder to help patients while doctors offices were shuttered and prevented health systems from being overwhelmed, have long been seen as critical in addressing shortages in rural health services.

ZDNet, 09-02-2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for health systems to create a “new exceptional” for care delivery by going digital and embracing patient and enterprise engagement. In the Next Normal, all healthcare providers must be digital companies.

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