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

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    Karen Seth, Director for Neuroscience Institute

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    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…

  • Seven ways to get your home telemonitoring program started

    Seven ways to get your home telemonitoring program started

      Posted on October 9, 2014 by HTRC The Center for Connected Health and the Center for Technology and Aging recently took an in-depth look at congestive heart failure and…

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A new study finds that the often time-consuming process of obtaining state medical licenses can hinder the adoption of telemedicine across state lines. For example, the study finds that the application process can take more than 12 hours, and then it can take some states 10 months or longer to issue licenses. FierceHealthIT, C3O Telemedicine release. [...]
Fri, Feb 27, 2015
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A new study by a University of Pennsylvania doctoral student finds about 70% of about 80,000 health-related Web pages allow third parties to access data on which specific "conditions, treatments and diseases" users looked up on the sites, raising privacy questions. Time, University of Pennsylvania release. [...]
Fri, Feb 27, 2015
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The House Ways and Means Committee has approved a bill that would exempt patient visits at ambulatory surgical centers from being used to determine whether an eligible professional meets meaningful use requirements. The bill aims to address the lack of certified electronic health record systems for ambulatory surgical centers. Politico's "Morning eHealth," FierceEMR. [...]
Fri, Feb 27, 2015
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