Asking the wrong questions about telemedicine’s impact A new study out this week revived an old argument about whether telehealth visits spur more downstream care utilization compared to … Continue reading

Stop thinking of telemedicine as a “substitute” for the office visit “I don’t think we have good enough information to show how we should be deploying telemedicine,” a physician leader … Continue reading

What can Whole Foods tell us about integrating telemedicine? A quick stop at the local Whole Foods Market recently yielded surprising insights into the dilemma faced by physician … Continue reading

Losing the edge on telemedicine? At the beginning of the pandemic, physicians and health systems implemented telemedicine solutions with unprecedented speed. In doing so, … Continue reading

Will Telemedicine Be the Blockbuster or Netflix of Healthcare? New approaches need to recognize patients’ wants and needs In 1985, the very first Blockbuster store opened in Dallas … Continue reading

What we’ve learned from the telemedicine explosion In our decades in healthcare, we’ve never seen a faster care transformation than the rapid growth in telemedicine sparked … Continue reading

Op-Ed: As a doctor, I use telemedicine. With the coronavirus threat, it could revolutionize healthcare As a physician, waiting for the worst of coronavirus to hit, I see a lot to fear. It seems … Continue reading