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ATA Announces First Online Patient Consultation Accreditation

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In December 2014, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) announced it had created an accreditation for eligible telemedicine providers. The hope is that this Seal of Accreditation will help distinguish successful applicants from other healthcare...

FCC, FDA Hosting Public Workshop on mHealth

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Today, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are hosting a day long gathering to talk about wireless mobile health technology. This is an important public event as the two organizations have...

Global mHealth Market to Reach $49.12B by 2020

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According to a new forecast, the global mobile health landscape is set to increase by a CAGR of 47.6 percent. The mobile health marketplace is expanding and as smartphones and tablets mature, it is going to gain steam. There are hundreds of millions...

Telemedicine Bill Passed in House

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According to a report on Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), on January 28, 2015, the Colorado House of Representatives passed a bill to allow private insurers to reimburse telemedicine services without the requirement...

Mobile Health Adoption on the Rise

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Although mobile health (mhealth) use is a fairly new concept, it seems that provider adoption is on the rise. Compared to last year, 17 percent more providers have indicated they have adopted mobile healthcare, according to a report from MedData...

Study Shows Mobile Health Could Transform Healthcare

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A study completed by The Economist Insights indicates that mobile health technology could create new opportunities and revamp the healthcare industry. The survey was compiled from 144 surveyed healthcare providers working in public and private...

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