Tag: telehealth

A Telehealth Tipping Point: How Changes in Policy Reimbursement are Bringing...

By Mitch Mitchell, Group Vice President, Government Solutions, American Well Today, there are more than 18 million living United States Veterans who bravely served in...

Healthcare Interoperability: What Comes Next for Agencies Like CMS

FedHealthIT’s President, Susan Sharer, sat down with Livanta CEO Roger Hebden to discuss relationships, being proactive based on industry trends, and the real challenge,...

Health Data Management: FCC close to finalizing $100M telehealth pilot program

"The Federal Communications Commission will soon move to issue a final order for its new $100 million Connected Care Pilot Program, which is intended...

Understanding Zero Trust and the Unique Opportunity it Presents for Federal...

FedHealthIT’s President, Susan Sharer, recently sat down with Cisco’s Cybersecurity Federal Civilian Sales Leader, Doug Cowan, and Federal Strategist, Steve Vetter, who explained Zero...

Interview: VA’s Neil Evans says Agency seeing substantial growth in telehealth,...

“The U.S. Department of veterans affairs has been making major investments in innovating its technology and infrastructure in recent years.” “There's the massive electronic health...

VA Telehealth: What Goes Anywhere-to-Anywhere

Written by the Govini Team Hamstrung by long wait times and inefficiency in recent years, the Department of Veterans Affairs Telehealth initiative promises to fundamentally...

A Conversation with Dr. Neil Evans, Veterans Affairs: Moving Towards Healthcare...

Susan Sharer, Executive Vice-President with FedHealthIT, recently spoke with Neil Evans, MD - Chief Officer for the Office of Connected Care in the Veterans...

Fierce Healthcare: FCC plans to consider a funding boost for rural...

“The Federal Communications Commission is considering a proposal to increase funding for its Rural Health Care Program, as demand is projected to outpace the...

GAO provides report on DoD Telehealth Use in Fiscal Year 2016

DOD uses telecommunication technologies, such as two-way video visits between doctors and patients, to deliver health care across distances. This is called “telehealth,” and...