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Managing Your Diabetes With Telemedicine

More than 22 million people in America alone are affected with diabetes, costing the medical world over $245 billion. Mississippi is currently the second highest state of individuals affected with diabetes. “Republican Gov. Phil Bryant, the University of Mississippi Medical Center and three private technology...

Telemedicine Helps Elderly Patients Stay in their Homes

Elderly patients with chronic health conditions who are discharged from the hospital and rehab facilities, with the help of technology and Telemedicine, are increasingly able to remain at home, avoiding depressing and expensive readmission. Meet Rita, an elderly patient who suffers from congestive...

Telemedicine Helps Eight Year Old Pneumonia Patient Survive

Imagine being the parent of a young child struggling with pneumonia, in an area far away from hospitals and medical centers specializing in treating sick children. The fear and concern over your child’s health, made worse by the anticipated cost and disruption of moving...

6 Tips for Your Healthcare App

With the wide presence of smart-phone technology, healthcare professionals are developing apps to cater more towards their patients. In a recent article, Silicon Valley’s tech company, “Box” and the nation-wide known, “Dignity Health,” teamed up together to create 6 tips for your new healthcare app:...

Patient-centered Care Naturally Moving Towards Telemedicine

Telemedicine will just be a common form of medical practice in years to come. “Father of Telmedicine,” Jay Sanders, M.D., says, “What the present technology affords the physician is an ability to better evaluate their patient in the patient setting, not in the doctor setting....

Telehealth Arises in South Korea Market

South Korea has recently begun to adapt the practice of Telmedicine and Telehealth. On March 24, 2014, the South Korean Cabinet passed a bill, allowing doctors to utilize Telehealth technology to diagnose and treat remote patients. Prior to this, Telehealth practices were illegal. South Korea...

Telepsychiatry Improving Life With ADHD

Telemedicine is not only supporting patients with small symptoms, but also those with emotional needs. In a recent Telepsychiatry trial, online therapy proved successful for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a lifelong condition and Telepsychiatry is a cost-effective, personal way to...

New App Helps Military Families Through Tough Times

The new psychological trend in digital/mHealth helps out military families when they are on the constant move. Dr. Kelly Blasko, psychologist at the National Center for Telehealth and Technology, along with the hit children’s show, “Sesame Street,” have partnered together to create an app,...

Drug Delivery Through A Microchip

Yes, it’s what all Telemedicine and mHealth doctors/investors have been waiting for: the delivery of drugs from a microchip. According to the company, “MicroCHIPS’,” “the product is an implantable, wirelessly controlled and programmable, microchip-based drug delivery device. The device is implanted under the skin in...