• Hawaii TeleStroke Network at QMC
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    Christina Higa, Matthew Koenig and Karen Seth

  • Dr. Matthew Koenig

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    Karen Seth, Director for Neuroscience Institute

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  • Credentialing and Privileging Draft Agreement Template (CTeL)

    The Robert J. Waters Center for Telelhealth & e-Health Law (CTeL) posts various policy topics in regards to telehealth and telemedicine. One of those topics involves Credentialing and Privileging. Credentialing…

  • Malpractice: Is Telehealth Covered?

    Malpractice: Is Telehealth Covered?

    PBTRC reached out to malpractice insurance providers in Hawaii and the Pacific Island territories for clarification on their telehealth policies. Below is a short summary of the telehealth policies for…

  • Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

    Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

    On September 5, 2014, the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) released the final version of their proposal of interstate medical licensure compact (Compact) language. The language provides a framework for a new licensing option…

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A new survey released by KPMG finds that 81% of health IT executives at provider organizations and health plans said their organizations had been compromised by at least one cyberattack in the past two years. The survey attributes the increase in security threats to the use of outdated electronic health record systems and clinical applications, among other reasons. Computerworld et al. [...]
Thu, Aug 27, 2015
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A Journal of the America Medical Association Viewpoint recommends combining data from electronic health records with randomized clinical trials. The author notes that doing so could help reduce costs and complexity and provide more specific findings that could be used to make real-time treatment decisions, among other things. JAMA. [...]
Thu, Aug 27, 2015
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A recent study conducted at Bellevue Hospital in New York City finds that text messaging can help patients with diabetes better manage their insulin dosages. Researchers say that the Mobile Insulin Titration Intervention program helps insulin-dependent patients save time and money while effectively managing the disease. KQED's "Future of You." [...]
Thu, Aug 27, 2015
Source: iHealthBeats Headlines