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Telematic Medical Applications is growing rapidly and its main activities include the design and concretization of Integrated Systems of Computer Science based eHealth and Telemedicine, the benefits of audio and video conference solutions, and telematics, as well as projects of structured wiring, computer rooms and infrastructures.
Our objective is always the creation of long-lasting collaborations, aiming at the as much as possible, rapid growth for customers' profit. Our goal is the provision of modern products and offering a high level of electronic services.
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A bill filed this week would expand the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program to include telehealth services, thus improving access to care for millions of people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Pharmaceutical companies are working to develop COVID-19 vaccines as the virus worsens each day. The following are the most promising vaccines according to experts.
The lessons learned in applying telehealth and mHealth to a pandemic will help health systems and hospitals shape their connected health strategies far beyond this crisis.
At AdventHealth, critically ill patients weren’t going to stay at their bedsides alone, even during COVID-19. Virtual family visits salvaged patient experience.
With the last of the COVID-19 Telehealth Program awards handed out, the Federal Communications Commission is ready to review the $200 million program’s effectiveness and move on to the Connected Care Pilot.
New York’s largest health system is launching a telehealth platform to provide on-demand care at two skilled nursing facilities, and plans to expand to more SNFs in the future.
The Houston-based health system is using lessons learned from the coronavirus pandemic and a robust approach to innovation to create a primary care platform that enhances both in-person and virtual care.
The AMA’s Behavioral Health Integration Collaborative, coming on the heels of last week’s Executive Order, aims to help providers use telehealth to integrate mental and behavioral health services into primary care.
The survey identifies what factors are most important to consumers when they choose telehealth, and it shows how the coronavirus pandemic has changed some of those priorities.