Guest blogger Jane Sarasohn-Kahn shares how recent acquisitions of telehealth companies means telehealth and virtual care is now a regular form of healthcare delivery.
Increased attention is being paid to treating the whole person, addressing social determinants of health and recognizing the value of virtual care.
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Liberation Lab turns its sights to the potential implications of the November 2020 election on US healthcare policy. Our expert guests include Colin Roskey, Principal and Partner at Lincoln Policy…
The future is virtual, especially for older people. Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn explores how the industry is seeking out ways to serve older adults at home, especially in the midst…
Even before COVID-19, many Americans expressed interest in virtual health. Now, virtual health technology is being used to expand access to more healthcare services.
Telehealth usage surged because of COVID-19. Now, our customers are shifting gears to use virtual health technology—and we’re here to help.
Telehealth usage skyrocketed during COVID-19. But it also revealed inequities in the healthcare system.
Virtual health is having a heyday right now—and many experts suggest that it is here to stay long term.
People are craving a return to “normal,” but no one quite knows what “normal” is anymore. Dr. Richard Popiel, Medecision Advisory Board chair and a senior adviser with McKinsey &…