Telehealth

In the second part of an interview with CMO Daniel Lace, the doctor turned the conversation to how he defines value-based care.
The CMO of Leaders in Medicine sat down with Healthcare Analytics News for a ranging interview focused on value-based care and innovation.
Recent reports of a new team at the FDA that will try to match healthtech's pace of innovation mesh with previous writings by the Administration's recently-appointed head, Scott Gottlieb. 
When it was a mere "online bookseller," Amazon invested in 40% of an online pharmacy that didn't quite pan out. Now the preeminint online retail giant, the company is believed to be taking another look at the complex industry. 
The Project ECHO programs in New Mexico seek to use mass specialist-to-primary teleconferencing to improve treatment of conditions like diabetes across a vast, rural state. 
Equipped with the pancreas and a Fitbit, the children successfully maintained good blood sugar levels despite elevated activity.
The review included nearly 30,000 young patients and found a "small, but significant" effect of mHealth as a viable modality in their treatment.
In the second part of our interview with CCHP director Gutierrez, he speaks about how telehealth policy is evolving nationwide.
"We have to change that dynamic and think about the consumer at the center of the healthcare system," Mario Gutierrez says.
A wide reach and vast accesibility allowed the researchers to see nationwide data and detect trends, but the program suffered from the same natural enthusiasm decay that any mobile app does.
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