Tag: business of telehealth

VSee and Teleradiology Specialists Announce Affordable Second Opinion Teleradiology Services

This year at the American Telemedicine Association meeting, VSee, the telemedicine company for NASA Space Station, and Teleradiology Specialists, a leader in teleradiology, are announcing their partnership in offering direct-to-consumer Radiology Second Opinions and paving the way towards the marriage of telemedicine and teleradiology. Finding a Way To Marry Telemedicine…

Telehealth Reimbursement Models for Non-medical Services

This article is based on the 2017 Telehealth Failures & Secrets To Success (TFSS) conference talk Telehealth Reimbursement Models for Non-medical Services given by Brenda Schmidt. You can see all speakers and talks from the conference here) “How will I get reimbursed?” is always one of the first questions people have…

5 Business Strategies to Grow Your Telehealth Enterprise- Alex Guastella, Stride and Associates

How does a healthcare company go from 0 to 200 employees in under 3 years? Meet one of the former driving forces behind its go-to-market strategy and growth execution to learn how you can explode your telehealth enterprise. To carry on the discussion in real life, join the Telehealth Failures and Secrets…

What Do Telemedicine, Blockbuster, and Netflix Have In Common?— Randy Parker, MDLIVE

What does the failure of Blockbuster and the success of Netflix have to teach us about succeeding at telehealth?  With his 30 years of experience in the media industry and 10 years in the digital health industry, Randy Parker, founder and Chief Business Developer of the MDLIVE, prepares us to…

Telehealth Lessons from a Statewide Deployment — Kristi Henderson, Seton Healthcare Family

Ninety percent of healthcare executives say they have or are starting telehealth programs. Twenty-nine states have policies mandating telehealth reimbursement. Thirty-five percent of employers now offer telehealth. As many as 70% of physician, ER, urgent care visits are estimated to be manageable by phone or video. Surveys show over and…

Telehealth User Adoption: Blackholes and Bullseyes — Doug Shinsato, CEO, Anthill Ventures

Ninety-five percent of digital healthcare startups are destined to fail. What sets apart the winners from the losers? What does it take to succeed in business of telemedicine? Doug Shinsato, CEO of Anthill Ventures seed incubator and management consultant firm gives us an investor’s perspective of the telemedicine industry and…

Success in Telemedicine: The Nitty Gritty on Implementation, Billing, & Patient Engagement — Ranya Habash, MD – Everbridge, Hipaachat

Telemedicine success comes from simple solutions easily adopted by physicians Telemedicine has been practiced for years where it has been saving taxpayers money such as in the Texas prisons. The problem was that mainstream telemedicine devices were clunky and complicated to use. Physicians then and now were not willing to…

How Value-based Care Is Changing Telehealth Payment Models

“How are payers reimbursing for telehealth services?” “What is the strategy on billing for telehealth?” These are some common questions we hear from those starting or expanding their telehealth services.  There are a variety of telehealth payment models available to health providers; some involve reimbursement while others generate new revenue streams.…

The 4 Decisions That Killed HealthSpot– Rajeev Mudumba, Intelli Healthcare

HealthSpot had it all. A star-studded list of investors and partners including Xerox, Rite Aid, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Kaiser Permanente, and Samsung. So it’s sudden decision to declare Ch. 7 bankruptcy shocked the entire telehealth industry. What went wrong? Was it a sign of the telehealth market? Or was…

Why Telehealth Is the Key for Lifestyle Interventions – Laurence Girard, Fruit Street

Why are lifestyle interventions failing? We know we have an obesity and chronic condition crisis that  is costing us millions in healthcare each year. We know that we can reduce the risk of all chronic diseases (heart disease, diabetes, etc.) by 80% by simply eating better, exercising regularly, and not…

Three Key Business Reasons to Implement a Medical Credentialing Process

Guest blog by Mike Simmons, CEO of CredSimple Telehealth continues to emerge as an important sector of the healthcare industry but the industry is still working to implement regulations that reflect this new area of patient care. In the interim, proactive telehealth companies will see many advantages to installing a…

Three Keys To Enterprise Success – Prentice Tom, MD, CEP America

Is your telehealth enterprise ready to survive and thrive through the unknown? Healthcare is a highly regulated industry in the midst of big changes. Using lessons from the Asian financial crisis, Bosnia, and Jeet Kune Do, Chief Medical Officer of CEP America, Prentice Tom, delivers a humorous and insightful presentation…

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