July 02, 2014 in In the News
No hospital near you? No problem, let the hospital go to you. Slowly but surely, a dichotomy is being created in the world of healthcare in the United States: the new home-based medical care model versus the traditional hospital-centric model. This is all thanks to the development of telemedicine over the past two decades, which gives us the technology to access home based healthcare, as well as post-operative and palliative care.
June 25, 2014 in In the News
Four trends of Big Data healthcare. Healthcare has been monopolized by healthcare organizations, traditional hospital operations, and large insurance companies – it is an old system. However, with the development of “Obamacare” something new in the healthcare sector has emerged. Disruptive innovation.
June 19, 2014 in In the News
There are people dying in our country waiting for healthcare. And it is happening at the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA). With wait times over 7 times longer than the VA goal, current wait times of 90+ days has left over 120,000 veterans hanging in a healthcare crisis.