Vidyo pushes the boundaries of teleconferencing

By Eric Wicklund, Editor, ATA 2012 Show Dailies

HACKENSACK, NJ – From the far northern expanses of Canada to the Australian Outback, Vidyo is extending the reach of healthcare providers with a teleconferencing solution designed to make the video consult as easy, natural and integrated as possible.

Consult A Doctor offers 'telemedicine for the common man'

By Eric Wicklund, Editor, ATA 2012 Show Dailies

MIAMI – With so much emphasis placed these days on helping people with chronic or complex healthcare concerns, the average person with a stuffy nose or nagging pain can get overlooked.

Rheuban, TATRC top the list of this year's ATA award winners

By Eric Wicklund, Editor, ATA 2012 Show Dailies

SAN JOSE, CA – Last year, Karen S. Rheuban, MD, shared her story of helping to save the life of a young orphan in China, using telemedicine to identify a potentially fatal heart condition. This year she'll be up on the stage again – this time to accept the American Telemedicine Association's President's Award.

Radio waves help caregivers tune in chronic patients

By Eric Wicklund, Editor, ATA 2012 Show Dailies

ATLANTA – A type of technology once used to track spy planes over the Russian continent is now being used to help people and their caregivers manage chronic heart and lung diseases.

Video: ATA 2011 Exhibit Hall Highlights

Robots, monitoring devices, portals, global initiatives... ATA 2011 is all about connections. Check out some of the technology and organizations at the exhibit hall here in Tampa.

American Well taps Vidyo for enhanced video conferencing

By Mike Miliard, Managing Editor
TAMPA, FL -- At ATA 2011 on Tuesday, Vidyo, Inc., of Hackensack, N.J., announced a new partnership with Boston-based American Well, whose Online Care Suite connects providers and patients for live, immediate and clinically meaningful encounters using the Web or phone.

Telehealth industry leaders talk about collaboration, standards

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor
TAMPA, FL – The use of remote patient monitoring technology should see continued growth as America adopts healthcare reform and concentrates on accountable care. What might slow things down, however, is a lack of standards.

Video: Why the federal government must support telemedicine

At ATA 2011, Neal Neuberger, executive director of the Institute for e-Health Policy and president of Health Tech Strategies, discusses the value of telemedicine – and the need for it to get more support from the federal government as it's put to use improving healthcare in underserved communities.

Slideshow: ATA 2011 photos

 

PhoneMyDoctor helps physicians with the push of a button

By Mike Miliard, Managing Editor
TAMPA, FL – Debuting a deceivingly simple technology that offers physician practices the chance to save time, reduce costs, limit liability and increase billing, PhoneMyDoctor is new Louisiana-Based firm (booth #1038) whose flagship product was "developed for physicians with physicians and meets every requirement for effective, efficient telemedicine," according to co-founder Paul Guillory, MD.

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