News

Debating the Pros And Cons of Licensure Compacts for Telehealth

March 26, 2018

Experts explain why licensure compacts are good or bad and how they may affect telehealth.

Millennials demand telehealth in a move away from traditional primary care model

April 3, 2018

Generational divides surface between millennials, Generation Xers and baby boomers in how they engage with healthcare providers.

VA Finalizes ‘Anywhere to Anywhere’ Telehealth Program For Vets

May 11, 2018

The VA's new telehealth program, posted in the Federal Register, enables VA practitioners to use connected care technology to treat veterans no matter where either the veteran or the doctor are located.

CHRONIC Act passes in U.S. Senate

September 29, 2017

SB 870, sponsored by Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, would expand Medicare coverage for telemedicine.

Telehealth Programs Look Past Reimbursement to Find Clinical Value

September 11, 2017

Healthcare providers launching remote patient monitoring programs are focusing on money saved, as in reduced rehospitalizations, to justify their telehealth expenditures.

Telementalhealth Wins First Telehealth Pilot Project Award

September 6, 2017

To help improve access to health care in Utah’s most remote areas, the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) has awarded the first grant under a new Telehealth Pilot Project.