In the month of February we shared four articles on a variety of topics.
We started off with the frequently-asked question: Which Telehealth Technology is Best (hint: follow the advice of the Alice in Wonderland Cheshire Cat).
Next we focused on some practical guidance on how to optimize telehealth in 6 smart moves.
The third article I shared the outlook of four different experts on the future of telehealth.
We closed out the month with a preview of the weeklong “Ingenium Digital Health Symposium” by diving deeper on the theme of achieving “Empowered Wellness” by moving from Virtual Care to Connected Health.
Enjoy your readings!
P.S.: If there’s a telehealth topic you’d like me to cover in my weekly articles send me a quick email.
Which Telehealth Technology is Best?
How many different telehealth technologies does a healthcare organization really need? We explore the answer to this question in this article.
6 Smart Moves to Optimize Telehealth
With telehealth being relatively new to most healthcare organizations, many telehealth teams are now taking the time to optimize their telehealth services. This article covers six practical moves to optimize telehealth.
Telehealth is Not in Kansas Anymore
In preparation for hosting a panel on “Future Innovation in Telehealth” I collected four experts’ positions on telehealth innovation. Their answers surprised me. This article explores them further.
Beyond Covid: From Virtual Care to Connected Health
The purpose of “Connected Health” is to achieve empowered wellness: enabling people to be well, to get well and to stay well regardless of their location. This article provided an overview of the March Ingenium Digital Health Symposium.