InTouch Health updates telemedicine workflow solutions

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor
TAMPA, FL – Physicians working in telemedicine know the virtual visit between doctor and patient doesn't end when the video shuts down. There are records to be accessed, reports to be filed and follow-up visits to be scheduled.

Rubbermaid shines the spotlight on MEDI PORT telehealth solution

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor
TAMPA, FL – A company well known for providing mobile workstations for the healthcare environment is unveiling new offerings for telehealth.

Innovation on display at the ATA 2011 Exhibit Hall

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor
TAMPA, FL -- When the doors open to the ATA Exhibit Hall for this evening's Opening Reception, visitors will be treated to a wide array of telehealth, telemedicine and mHealth displays. ATA executives say the display space is larger than any previous ATA conference and includes at least 250 vendors – also an ATA record.

AT&T brings telecommunications to bear on telehealth market

By Mike Miliard, Managing Editor
TAMPA, FL -- As befits one of the largest telecom companies in the country, AT&T (booth # 417) has made its presence widely felt in the telehealth sector.

Vidyo: Scalable, hi-def and mobile

By Mike Miliard, Managing Editor
TAMPA, FL -- One key to Vidyo's telehealth offerings is its leveraging of the H.264  Scalable Video Coding (SVC) compression standard. That technology has "changed the way video conferencing is done," said the firm's senior vice president of vertical solutions, Amnon Gavish, since its high scalability makes large deployments of high-definition video possible in ways they weren't before.

Sprint enters the ATA Exhibit Hall with a wide variety of telehealth offerings

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor
TAMPA, FL -- One of the newer exhibitors at the American Telemedicine Association's ATA 2011 conference this week is also one of its biggest.

Canadian study on BANT diabetes app illustrates potential of mHealth

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor
TAMPA, FL -- Recent studies have suggested that more than 90 percent of the nation's physicians have a smartphone, and those smartphones can access more than 4,000 healthcare-related apps. Little wonder, then, that the American Telemedicine Association is paying particular attention to mHealth during the ATA 2011 conference this week.

ATA conference to tackle some of healthcare's biggest issues

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor

TAMPA, FL -- Get ready to sample the future of healthcare.

With guidance from GE and Intel, Care Innovations steps into the ATA limelight

By Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor

TAMPA, FL – A company two years in the making, formed in the collaboration of two healthcare IT giants, will be making its debut at the American Telemedicine Association's 2011 conference.

Hoping for policy to match the technology

By Mike Miliard, Managing Editor

TAMPA, FL – The transformative potential of telemedicine tools is obvious to anyone attending ATA 2011. But the key to seeing that transformation realized is to convince other people – especially politicians and administrators, who can help ensure the political and economic imperatives of remote care delivery keep up with the fast-advancing technology.

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