Category Archives: TeleHealth

Telehealth is the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration

Blockchain pilots launched in 2018 tackled EHR management, collective data custodianship, credentialing and more

For healthcare, blockchain is continually transitioning from an obscure technology to a viable tool for various administrative and data-focused use cases. But while players big and small might be curious about its potential, they’ll also need to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to pilots and partnerships dedicated to the distributed ledger technology.



HealthAffairs – December 2018 – Telehealth


Telehealth – Alan R. Weil

The Use Of Telemedicine By Physicians: Still The Exception Rather Than The Rule – Carol K Kane, Kurt Gillis

Population-Level Estimates Of Telemedicine Service Provision Using An All-Payer Claims Database

Challenges And Opportunities Faced By Large Health Systems Implementing Telehealth

Advancement Of Teledentistry At The University Of Rochester’s Eastman Institute For Oral Health

Behavioral health innovation two years later: Why is adoption taking so long?

In a category-defining piece written more than two years ago, Matthew Schuster and Dan Gebremedhin surveyed market drivers and companies innovating in Behavioral Health (BH) technology. In this article, we will revisit the macro issues identified in 2016, evaluate how the market has changed, and contemplate how promising BH tech companies can pursue opportunities that not only create impact, but also achieve elusive product market fit.