Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that our sister site mHealthWatch has been monitoring this past week.
MyOnCallDoc to Pilot Transgender Telehealth Program
MyOnCallDoc, an international leading telemedicine company that connects patients with providers, recently launched a 60-day pilot program serving the transgender community.
SynerMed Announces Partnership with MedZed
SynerMed, a healthcare platform for government-sponsored healthcare programs that manages over one million members, announced today a partnership with MedZed, LLC.
How Household Technology Can Address the Diversity Divide in Healthcare
Providers have long faced the challenge of delivering care to many different types of people. Illness is colorblind and its correlated suffering is universal. However, the recent shift towards value-based care implicitly assigns financial penalties to those providers that fail to support underserved and diverse groups.
AstraZeneca Goes Mobile with Introduction of AZhelps
AstraZeneca has just announced that it has expanded its patient support offerings to include AZhelps, a “comprehensive and unique” program that helps patients manage information across all their medications, access savings offers for their AstraZeneca medicines, and access healthcare support through their mobile devices and on social media channels.
New Study Finds Emergency Medicine Tops Healthcare’s Most Complex Physician Schedules
According to new research shared this week with MHW on physician shift scheduling trends, emergency medicine departments in the U.S. balance the most complex sets of staffing rules and monthly requests of any specialty in the medical sector.
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