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Telehealth in three steps

December 18th, 2014

McKnight’s article discusses the positive impact of telehealth, including how such technology improves quality of care and reduces hospital readmissions and why providers are skeptical to adopt. “The big questions from providers, however, tend to be around reimbursement and the equipment.” Read More: http://www.mcknights.com/telehealth-in-three-steps/article/388946/

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Mississippi Governor, FCC Official Laud Telehealth Initiative

December 4th, 2014

Provides an overview of the Diabetes Telehealth Network and the Governor’s and FCC Commissioner’s visit. “Bryant, who has supported the program since its inception, and Clyburn both lauded UMMC, North Sunflower, the GE-Intel vendor outfit CareInnovations, and other stakeholders for their work on the project. The project, featured recently in HCI, launched in 2014. It connects through telehealth […]

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Diabetes Telehealth Network Sees Early Success in Mississippi

December 3rd, 2014

December 3, 2014 – JACKSON, Miss. – Today, Gov. Phil Bryant and FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn are visiting North Sunflower Medical Center as part of an ongoing public-private partnership to address the growing diabetes crisis that affects more than 370,000 adults in the state of Mississippi and 29.1 million people nationwide. The centerpiece of the […]

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University of Cincinnati Medical Center Seeks to Lower Hospital Readmissions Using Telehealth for Liver Transplant Patients

November 26th, 2014

UC Medical Center leverages tablet technology to monitor patients from the home following liver transplant surgery. “Before this program, patients would check their temperature and write it down on paper and bring it to the clinic, now, when they take it with a Bluetooth thermometer, it gets inputted to the tablet and right away inputted […]

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Renowned Population Health Experts Make Up Advisory Board for Intel-GE Care Innovations™ Validation Institute

November 24th, 2014

Company Makes Substantial Donation to the Jefferson School of Population Health ROSEVILLE, Calif., November 24, 2014 – Care Innovations™, an Intel-GE company, today announced the formation of an Advisory Board to help guide the CI Validation Institute. 11 experts associated with the Jefferson School of Population Health, Health Intelligence Network, Humana, University of California Santa […]

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