American Telemedicine Association says “we have a lot more work to do”

Video-based real-time services are just the beginning, said American Telemedicine Association President Dr. Joe Kvedar during his keynote for the virtual ATA2020 conference. (TEDx MidlAtlantic, Flickr) “Telehealth is now a household world,” said American Telemedicine Association president Dr. Joe Kvedar during his keynote address Monday, the first day of the virtual ATA2020 conference.   For

New bill would codify Medicare reimbursement for telehealth services

The bipartisan HEALTH Act would make permanent Medicare payments for telehealth services at federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics. Rep G.K. Butterfield (Keith Kissel, Flickr) U.S. Reps. G.K. Butterfield, D-North Carolina, and Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., introduced new legislation this week that would provide for permanent Medicare payments for telehealth services at federally qualified

Remote Care Partners Joins INCOMPAS

Wide Variety of Companies Join Leading Trade Association Advocating for Greater Deployment of Competitive Broadband Networks and Innovative Solutions WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 14, 2020) – INCOMPAS, the internet and competitive networks association, has expanded its membership ranks with the addition of 10 new service provider members. From fiber builders to 5G innovators, the new INCOMPAS

Health From Home: How Remote Patient Monitoring Is Accelerating Progress For Distributed Patient Care

As the country races to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, the healthcare industry’s once-gradual adoption of remote patient monitoring and other connected technology solutions is now an urgent requirement. And with the promise of the 5G era’s enhanced data speed and low-latency connections, the prospect of improved telehealth services in the future offers the potential