Telehealth

The NIH’s All of Us program is just one example of what’s to come.
Headspace, a mindfulness and meditation app maker, hopes to use new scientific research to support its prescription program by 2020.
“We wanted to ensure that our platform was accessible to that user base, too,”  the company's founder and CEO said. 
The company has been flirting with the medical device field for longer than some may realize.
Too many incarcerated patients go untreated, but a new wave of tech is on the horizon.
DyAnsys says it will help patients who are battling symptoms without narcotics.
The NIH’s HerbList provides users with research-backed facts on popular herbs.
Not all telehealth is direct-to-patient. Video counseling for providers can be a force multiplier...and potentially, a life-saver.
 
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How did Wyoming, of all places, build an all-encompassing app that’s already improving care?
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