Tag Archive: Connected Health

by John Moore | June 23, 2008

AT&T, Microsoft and Covisnt Partner on Data Exchange

This just in, Microsoft’s HealthVault announced a partnership with AT&T and Covisint to enable healthcare data exchange across a highly […]

by John Moore | April 17, 2008

Telehealth in US has Long Way to Go

Philips finally released its long awaited study on the adoption of telehealth technologies among the nation’s some 976 home healthcare […]

by John Moore | March 06, 2008

Enough About the Gorillas, How About a Lemur

Plenty has been written, both here and elsewhere about the two 800-pound gorillas, Google and Microsoft’s, respective plays in the […]

by John Moore | December 21, 2007

Telemed Delivering for California Diabetics

This week, the California Healthcare Foundation (CHCF) announced that they were expanding a a pilot diabetes monitoring program, nearly quadrupling […]

by John Moore | December 07, 2007

Continua Alliance Features PHRs

While doing some research, came across this feature article in the telehealth/med device alliance, Continua’s monthly newsletter. The article, written […]

by John Moore | November 27, 2007

Medicare Lays Out P4P Plans

Yesterday, Medicare released its 104 page proposal for moving to a partial pay for performance (P4P) model.  The Wall Street […]

by John Moore | November 23, 2007

EMR Vendors Push CCD for Interoperability

Last week, the HIMSS Electronic Health Record Vendors Association EHRVA announced the availability of a “Quickstart Guide for CCD Standard.”  […]

by John Moore | November 20, 2007

Coming to a Cell Near You – TxtMed

Today’s Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has a fairly long article, by their standards, (section D, pg 1) on the use […]

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