For the Latest Information on COVID-19 in the USA, see:
Covid-19 Healthcare Coalition - https://c19hcc.org/
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention - https://www.cdc.gov/
Health and Human Services - https://www.hhs.gov/
The blog provides a view into the explosive implementation and scaled use of telehealth services during the first year (2020) of the COVID-19 pandemic as reported in the ‘COVID-19 Telehealth Impact Study," conducted by the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition. In addition, five (5) "must haves" are proposed to integrate telehealth into the US healthcare system.
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April TMT BLOG post: "Telehealth Strategic Imperatives for Meeting Lifelong Consumer Trust and Care"
Adopting virtual care has empowered health systems to move beyond siloes to a comprehensive whole-person approach to patient care. This opens strategic opportunities in the virtual care market for innovators, digital health stakeholders and health systems to claim a stake in the “consumer circle of trust,” meeting consumer expectations where quality care can be delivered virtually too.
Netherlands swine herder expresses frustration over incident and role of telemedicine to speed sharing of essential information regarding risks to human and animal health, by Jack Gommers
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TMT ConV2X 2020 Symposium Highlights, "Transforming Health Care in the Wake of a Global Pandemic"
Some of the world’s top leaders and influencers in healthcare delivery transformation and health technologies, including blockchain technology and telehealth, converged at the 4th Annual CONV2X 2020 Symposium held virtually from November 10-12, 2020, to exchange perspectives and solutions to shortfalls in global patient care exposed by COVID-19. The theme of the symposium was “US-World Health Transformation.”
The Symposium, hosted by the TMT journal, presented 76 world leading SMEs, 35 hours of discourse and learnings and 4 Keynote presentations from the World Health Organization (WHO), Teladoc Health, McKinsey & Company and Mayo Clinic Platform.
To veiw the ConVerge2Xcelerate (#ConV2X) 2020 Symposium ON DEMAND and program details please visit https://conv2x-2020-ondemand.eventcreate.com/
To view #ConV2X 2020 highlights click here. or visit https://telehealthandmedicinetoday.com/index.php/journal/ConV2X2020
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Read the latest TMT BLOG post "Transforming Health Care in the Wake of a Global Pandemic," by Tory Cenaj, Publisher, at https://telehealthandmedicinetoday.com/index.php/journal/announcement
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