Telehealth and Telemedicine Technologies Foster Access, Power Population Health

With millennials to Medicare beneficiaries strapping on fitness trackers, visiting specialists via video, and monitoring chronic conditions at home, telehealth and telemedicine services are redefining the boundaries of healthcare delivery. A 2015 Telehealth & Telemedicine survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network captured trends powering this burgeoning market, whose global value is expected to surpass $34 billion by 2020.

Telehealth and Telemedicine Technologies Foster Access, Power Population Health
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Colleen Swedberg

The daily monitoring phase of CHRISTUS Health’s remote care management workflow involves the patient, a care transition nurse coach, and the patient's primary care physician if needed. Listen to Shannon Clifton director of connected care for CHRISTUS Health, described this critical stage of the 60-day program that strives to keep high-risk patients within wellness parameters.


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2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine

More information on this topic can be found in: 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine, which delivers actionable new telehealth metrics on technologies, program components, successes and ROI from 115 healthcare organizations. This 60-page report, now in its fourth year, documents benchmarks on current and planned telehealth and telemedicine initiatives, with historical perspective from 2009 to present