Posts Tagged ‘legislation’

Most Patients Interested in Telemedicine Over In-Person Visits

  For minor ailments such as strep throat or pink eye, most patients would prefer to use telemedicine, according to a new study from Software Advice. Even though most surveyed (73%) have never participated in a telemedical visit, 76% of patients are at least “moderately interested” in virtually visiting the doctor instead of in a […]

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Interoperability, the 21st Century’s Golden Fleece

Jason, mythic hero prior to the Greek Dark Ages, was tasked to find the Golden Fleece before he could claim his throne. For this quest, Jason recruited other Greek heroes, Hercules, Orpheus, Castor and Pollux, to name a few of the Argonauts. Today, a new Jason summons new heroes to join in the quest for […]

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