Business of Medicine
In an April 9 announcement, the agency said it will temporarily allow physicians to provide telehealth services across state lines and also...
Shrink Rap News
It seems that some glitches would be inevitable. With a sudden shift to videoconferencing in private psychiatric practices, there were bound to be...
With great reluctance, I must trot out a hoary old cliché: Hope for the best, but plan for the worst.
There has been inconsistent guidance in regard to the containment of COVID-19 within health care systems.
Insurers should facilitate transitions to new preventive migraine therapies, including anti-CGRP monoclonal antibodies, headache specialists...
Health care leaders are sounding the alarm about exposing “senior physicians” to the virus and recommending alternative ways older clinicians can...
“There’s going to be a much wider and diffuse acceptance of telemedicine as we go forward,” said Dr. Jay H. Shore.
“Clinicians need to be aware of these changes so they can ensure they are reaching as many people as possible,” said Dr. John Torous.
From the Journals
Infants born to mothers with COVID-19 should be tested for the virus at 24 hours and, if still in the birth facility, at 48 hours after birth.
Dr. Allan M. Block wonders how telemedicine, working from home, grocery delivery, and other social changes will alter our future.
User-friendly technology and the relaxed telehealth restrictions have made it fairly simple for patients and physicians to connect.