Why Telemedicine Has Failed

4 / 5 (3 votes)

Telemedicine, the use of technology for remote patient monitoring and medical consultations, is experiencing growing pains in the U.S. It’s a logical response to ballooning healthcare expenditures and an ever-increasing physician availability shortage. Integrated with patient portals, patient engagement mobile apps, remote patient monitoring software and health tracking apps, telemedicine is also part of a […]

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Is Skype® HIPAA Compliant?

5 / 5 (5 votes)

Given the growing interest in video conferencing services for communicating with patients online, healthcare organizations often come to Bridge Patient Portal with questions about the use of Skype® for telemedicine, and whether the software meets HIPAA compliance standards. Though HIPAA doesn’t specifically mention the types of technologies that healthcare providers can use for video conferencing, […]

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Bridge Leverages HIPAA Compliant Technology for eConsultations

5 / 5 (2 votes)

With goods and services increasingly moving online – and with patients prioritizing other factors besides just quality care – it has become a necessity for healthcare organizations to start looking for new ways to improve the overall patient experience. Video consultations are one such solution, and they are gaining traction quickly in the healthcare space. […]

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Telehealth Is Healthcare’s New Frontier, Powered by MACRA

4.50 / 5 (2 votes)

Perhaps the top priority for providers in the coming years is the successful transition from Meaningful Use to MACRA. The motivation for meeting the requirements of this transition is a series of compensation adjustments, both positive and negative. MACRA, or the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 is the bipartisan brainchild of the […]

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