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Telehealth Connection TV: Pandia Health CEO and Co-founder Dr. Sophia Yen describes the advantages of - and hurdles to - providing contraception virtually.
Kester Nahen, CEO of Notal Vision, talks remote diagnostic eye care and its future.
Laura Jonsson, a nurse practitioner and chief clinical officer at Matrix Medical Network, discusses how telemedicine technology and the different care paradigm it enables help nurses minimize stress and the burnout it can cause.
Telehealth Connection TV: Dr. Danielle Hairston tells Iris Frye that virtual care isn't perfect, but its accessibility is an advantage.
Telehealth Connection TV: The Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Silvia Perez-Protto discusses telehealth's role in advance planning for end-of-life care.
Telehealth Connection TV: Howard University College of Medicine's Michael Crawford explains early findings from the 1867 Health Innovations Project about virtual care and telemedicine.
In a new series for HIMSS TV, Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden speaks to the importance of safeguarding telehealth and what he hopes to see in the future from digital health innovators.
Gavin Matthews, UK business development director at SkinVision, talks about using smartphones to help detect skin conditions.
Telehealth has clearly been adopted widely during COVID-19, but digital therapeutics, diagnostics and remote patient monitoring are predicted to play a more significant role moving forward, says Liz Ashall-Payne, founder and CEO of ORCHA.
John Sharp, director of Thought Advisory at HIMSS, gathers feedback on virtual visits from patient advocates.