“We worked with units treating Ebola patients in 2014, allowing them to listen to patients while staying protected in their PPE,” Smith said.
Hospitals mostly use the flights for organs with the shortest cold-time, including hearts, livers, and lungs.
“With a digital certificate, the issue is we don’t know where it’s going to be used. Investment in a system designed to accommodate flexibility will be key,” Joyce added.
Telemedicine has the ability to bridge the gap for rural areas without specialty care.
While interest in the profession is high, Winston noted that the desire to be a nurse and what’s needed academically and personally are different things.
As healthcare accelerated its digital channels in the pandemic, what does this mean for the consumer experience?
According to Dr. Saltman, if they have the right technology available to them, physicians can overcome the distance based challenges of telemedicine.
Dr. Karen Wade explained that nurses simply don’t have time to take care of themselves in the way they need to right now and there may come a time when the dust settles that they...
This week Kevin Stevenson takes a look back at the biggest developments in healthcare and highlights some of his favorite interviews from 2020.
Mental health is a topic that was trending well before the pandemic took its toll, but it is even more important that we have open conversations about mental health now.
This week the chairman of Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) discusses their role in the development of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This week host Kevin Stevenson sits down with Paddy Padmanabhan to discuss the sudden upscaling of virtual care capacity and the cybersecurity risks that are sure to accelerate concurrently.
The next challenge is the massive distribution of vaccines that require cold storage at extreme temperatures.
Prior to March of 2020, Oliver Esman, Managing Partner, Strawn Arnold & Associates did the vast majority of his recruiting work face to face
Mental health care is a challenging subset of medicine. There are limited providers, many of whom don’t accept commercial insurance.
I Don’t Care host, Kevin Stevenson, was joined by Mary Ellen Beliveau, CEO of Knowledge to Practice (K2P) for an in-depth discussion on education in the healthcare space.
As the culmination of more than two decades in the healthcare industry, NextGate released the industry’s first fully managed Enterprise Master Patient Index, or EMPI, in the cloud.
SOC Telemed’s Jason Hallock explores how telemedicine has grown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week Kevin sent out questions about the promise and challenges of telemedicine, and we are going to air the most insightful responses.
This week on I Don't Care, Kevin sits down with Rajesh Midha to discuss how personalized digital care through smart navigation removes the pain points patients experience.
While the heart may be at the well, heart of what the American Heart Association does, this prestigious pillar of the medical pillar works tirelessly to protect so much more than our hearts.
Outpatient strategy for cardiovascular care has been essential, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week Kevin Stevenson discusses the significance of clinic design and utilizing technology to create an experience that removes the anxiety of going to a doctor's appointment.
COVID-19 has intensified up the public’s fear of entering hospitals and seeking care. The result? Elective surgeries are falling to the wayside, and those that need care are putting it off.
The technology industry is most often associated with the term “innovation,” but startups and Silicon Valley execs aren’t the only ones rethinking how we do business.