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  1. Telehealth Worth $2.8B By 2022

    The current telehealth market is worth roughly $572 million, but a Grand View Research report predicts that number could reach $2.8 billion by 2022. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  2. An App A Day Keeps The Doctor Away?

    From the Apple Watch to the FitBit, wearable technology is revolutionizing how we manage our health. We track steps, count calories, and monitor sleep cycles. But what about older Americans who are unlikely to own a smartphone, much less feel comfortable using a piece of wearable technology — will the digital healthcare revolution leave seniors behind?

  3. Patients See More Data Sharing Than Docs

    According to an ONC brief, more than half of physicians share information with their patients while data sharing between providers has only increased slightly. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. Patients Prefer Telehealth Follow-Ups

    In a study of veterans post-surgery, most preferred telehealth visits to in person follow up appointments. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  5. Healthcare Added More Than 40,000 Jobs In August

    Healthcare comprises more than 10 percent of all jobs in the U.S. economy. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Engagement Through Telehealth Improves Patient Outcomes

    Patients enrolled in a telehealth engagement program have been shown to have shorter hospital stays and be significantly less likely to return to the hospital for readmission. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. Flu-Predicting App Created

    The smartphone app is the latest in predictive analytics brought to the patient. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. AARP: Older Americans Open To mHealth

    An AARP report demonstrates most older adults in America are open to using mobile devices but are hindered by physical barriers and complicated apps. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  9. Care Coordination Company Doubles Efficiency With Home Care App

    MobileSmith home Care App helps Integra Service Connect streamline its program. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  10. 3 Of 5 Docs Would See Patients Over Video

    According to a recent survey conducted by American Well and Quantia MD, more than half of physicians are willing to meet with patients via video. By Katie Wike, contributing writer