Dr. Robert Savala, a leading San Francisco anesthesiologist and pain management specialist who is also incidentally available for a telehealth consultation or second opinion through the HelloMD service, offers us his take on what likely happened to Joan Rivers. And yes, big data analytics may very well prevent such tragedies in the future.
Mobile broadband links are key to two new moible stroke units being tested in Cleveland and Houston. When minutes count, the telemedicine broadband link enables patients to receive an immediate diagnosis from a neurologist.
Telemedicine, which uses the Internet, computers and mobile devices to provide remote patient diagnosis and care, could substantially increase revenue and market share for healthcare organizations, according to a recent study by the University of California-Davis Medical Center.
Think the videoconferencing industry was going to let an opportunity to take advantage of Apple's new iPad high-resolution screen slip past? Think again. Startup Vidyo this week demoed what its
New research suggests the telemonitoring market could reach $1 billion by 2015, as increasing costs of health care, as well as an aging population and an increase in the rates of chronic diseases,
Online videoconferencing provider Nefsis, which in June rolled out dual and multi-monitor support for its service, has been chosen by Secure TeleHealth as the core provider of its Telepsychiatry
Video conferencing specialist Vidyo announced a major win today, landing Ontario Telemedicine Network, one of the world's largest telemedicine players. It's a feather in the cap of the New
Increasing numbers of U.S. physicians say they use video conferencing to consult with patients, with a recent study finding 7 percent use some form of UC. Still they're far behind their Canadian
As the U.S. population continues to age, making certain that all Americans have access to the highest level of health care available is becoming more difficult. A diverse population is creating
Taking the Pulse, an annual market research report from Manhattan Research, found that the market for high-end telemedicine is continuing to grow, with seven percent of U.S. physicians using video