It stands to significantly improve senior care.
Experts explain why licensure compacts are good or bad and how they may affect telehealth.
Generational divides surface between millennials, Generation Xers and baby boomers in how they engage with healthcare providers.
Tucked into the federal budget law Congress passed in February was a provision that significantly expands the use of telemedicine — long a hyped health-care reform and now poised to go mainstream within five to 10 years.
Patients are becoming consumers in health care.
The CMS has made a commitment to keep rural communities in mind when developing regulations.