Since its arrival in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has already passed a dozen “million” milestones. Together, they tell a story that is far from over.
The technology could benefit people with disabilities—but only with design and policy changes that improve access and useability.
Not everyone stands to benefit from digital care. How can we change that?
The ascendance of virtual and distanced care has taken place with extraordinary speed. Lee Schwamm discusses which innovations are likely to stick and some bumps in the road ahead.
When the caseload began to ease, clinicians came to grips with the new normal as researchers set their sights on ending the pandemic for good.
In American Indian country—long underfunded and underserved—new rules and payment models for telehealth can vastly improve the delivery of care.
Telemedicine made its first broadcast 50 years ago in an airport clinic.
A by-the-numbers look at how this perception-bending tool is changing medicine.
Telehealth programs are changing how people get better—and sometimes the way they die.
Telehealth technology takes primary and specialty care to distant patients. But will nagging issues slow its rapid growth?
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