MedCity News- Two telehealth companies are expanding their capabilities in different ways

SnapMD Awarded Gold Medal in ABBY Awards

SnapMD has been awarded the Gold Medal in the 18th Annual Innovations in Healthcare ABBY Awards. The ABL's ABBY Awards have recognized and celebrated organizations which have brought to market innovative approaches to the delivery of healthcare, medical devices, diagnostics, healthcare IT, and digital health technologies...

The Longevity Network: Entrepreneur of the Week – Dave Skibinski, SnapMD

SnapMD offers a HIPAA-compliant white label telehealth platform, which providers can brand and customize to meet their work flows. By enabling cost-efficient, at-home care for patients, providers using the platform can deliver quality care to a broader population, including seniors, patients with chronic conditions, and...

CIOReview: 10 Most Promising Telemedicine Solution Providers 2017

As technology continues to permeate various industry sectors creating a boom, it has remained just a bubble in the imperative healthcare sector. Debatable techniques, doubtful payments and trust factor have prevented patients and doctors over the past in embracing technology in healthcare completely. Most efforts...

SnapMD’s CEO to Present at MedCity ENGAGE

SnapMD's president and CEO, Dave Skibinski, will be presenting at MedCity ENGAGE as part of the “Startup Presentations: Innovations in Patient Engagement and Wellness” session. This session will take place on Monday, October 23rd from 3:00 -4:00 PM PT. Dave will provide an overview of SnapMD’s...

SnapMD Named Key Player in Market Research Future Global Telemedicine Report

Market Research Future released a new and comprehensive research report naming SnapMD as a key player in the global telemedicine market. The report, Global Telemedicine Market Research Report - Forecast To 2022 gives a robust review of the international marketplace with a competitive analysis of...

MedCity News: Beware the Telemedicine Trojan Horse

For decades, established providers of healthcare services have been the preferred “in-network” providers for health plans. But there are new competitors in the market, such as retail walk-in clinics, free-standing emergency rooms and telehealth direct-to-patient service providers. These seemingly quiet competitors are in actuality national...