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  1. Nurses Use Smartphones, Apps More Than Doctors
    7/9/2015

    Survey Shows 95 percent of nurses own a smartphone By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Global Home Healthcare Market To Reach $355.3 Billion By 2020
    7/6/2015

    This market growth is fueled by the rapid emergence of telehealth and other developing technologies. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Home Health Tech Users To Reach 78 Million By 2020
    6/2/2015

    mHealth is seeing an emerging leader in the form of home health technologies.

  4. Telehealth Pilot Yields 27% Cost Savings For Banner Health
    5/29/2015

    Hospitalizations of chronically ill patients see 45 percent reduction within first six months. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. CMS Pays Out Nearly $14 Million In Telemedicine Reimbursement
    5/27/2015

    As payer coverage for telemedicine expands, telehealth gains ground in healthcare. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Home Health Tech To Reach 78.5 Million People
    5/12/2015

    By 2020, nearly 80 million people will be using home health technology, according to a recent report. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. Home Health Technology Use Will ‘Skyrocket’ By 2020
    5/11/2015

    Tractica estimates some 78 million consumers will engage some form of home health technologies. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. Advance Directives Discussions Provide An Opportunity To Engage Patients
    4/27/2015

    Opening a dialogue between patients and physicians can make end-of-life treatment less stressful for both the provider and patient. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Apps For Nurses Offered By Apple, IBM
    4/23/2015

    Four new apps geared towards nurses have been launched through a partnership between Apple and IBM. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. Women Missing From Healthcare’s Top Positions
    4/8/2015

    A Rock Health survey found that, although women make up a majority of decision makers and most of the workforce in healthcare, few serve as CIOs, executives, and board members. By Katie Wike, contributing writer