To fully reap the benefits of telemedicine, it is crucial to provide comprehensive education to both staff and patients. Clinicians, doctors, and other medical care providers should all be trained on telehealth software — its functionality, integration into their workflow, effective communication during consultations, and where to seek technical assistance.
Convergence of medtech and health tech: Helping providers plan procedures and easing patient anxiety
A pediatric health system enlisting mixed reality and 3D printing technology illustrates how clinical collaboration and patient education can improve patient outcomes for complex procedures.
The Crucial Role of Medical Affairs in Bridging the Educational Gap Among Healthcare Professionals in Biosimilars
Biosimilars represent an important therapeutic option in modern healthcare, offering cost-effective alternatives to complex biological drugs. The educational gap among healthcare professionals poses a challenge to their widespread adoption. Medical Affairs teams in the pharmaceutical industry are at the forefront of bridging this gap
On any given day there may be more pressing issues to handle, and many companies believe “it won’t happen to us” – that is, until it does happen to you, and then it’s more important than ever to be prepared and confident with your crisis communications plan.
In a series of interviews, two Teladoc Health physicians and a therapist offered a window into a day in the life of delivering virtual care.
Hospitals are places of healing, but they have also become sites of gun violence. A panel at the MedCity News INVEST conference discussed the ways hospitals can reduce threats and de-escalate situations before they become violent.
We cannot foresee how generative AI will play out, but much like a smartphone with Tiktok, it is only limited by our imaginations and ingenuity.
在涵盖内容广泛的采访中,桑福德健康的总统ident of virtual care explained how virtual care may be well suited to rural populations.
As we consider the ramifications of the President’s cancellation of the Pandemic emergency, we have time to reflect on the transformation of the 3 P’s of healthcare: People, Policies and Politics.
Kidney care in the U.S. needs an overhaul. Changing today’s expensive, disconnected care model requires moving from volume to value.
When we bring physicians from underserved communities into research through a reimagined model, we can impact better health outcomes rooted in quality data that allows us to thrive from more diversity and better representation while providing patients with greater access to new care options.
We must engage, train and support more physicians as investigators to enable the opportunity for their patients to have access to clinical trials. As an industry, we should be adding anywhere from 10% to 20% new investigators every year to meet the patient access needs for clinical trials.
While we always say that patients are the center of what we do, fragmentation and shifting priorities can make true patient-led care difficult to achieve.
Recognizing exceptional mental healthcare providers can lead to improved patient outcomes. Patients tend to have a better experience when they feel appreciated and valued. Acknowledging the efforts of mental healthcare providers can enhance the quality of care provided and, in turn, lead to better patient outcomes.
The Emotional Impact of Bariatric Surgery: Helping Patients Understand How to Protect Their Mental Health on Their Weight Loss Journey
Bariatric surgery is not a magical cure-all for poor self-esteem. Bariatric patients might find themselves struggling even more with their self-confidence after their surgery than before. Helping them understand the emotional impact it can have on their life can mentally prepare them for their transformation.
Surprise Bills for Subpar Care: The Lack of Transparency in Today’s Medical System is Robbing Us From Fundamental Rights
Healthcare providers should deliver care to patients in all-inclusive models that focus on treatments rather than squeezing profits. In my opinion, charging a $50 convenience fee for a flu shot I could have received for free at CVS or Walgreens is unacceptable