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  • 00:18

    The state of telemedicine in the states of Texas and Louisiana

    in Technology

    Debbie Voyles from the TexLa Telehealth Resource Center joins Polycom's Pam Markle to discuss the current state of telemedicine adoption in Texas and Louisiana, the reasons why providers in those states are adopting the technology, and the benefits that it's delivering to patients.

  • 01:00

    100-gig Broadband Launches Telemedicine Beyond the Drawing Board

    in Internet

     


    A recent survey of economic development pros reveals that 43% believe broadband-driven telemedicine will have a significant impact on local economies. Maybe it’s time communities move that needle well north of 50%.


    The Illinois Medical District in Chicago is betting a 100-gig network covering 560 acres and digitally integrating over 40 medical facilities will reduce costs, score major research projects and attract new businesses. District Executive Director Warren Ribley explains the details of this ambitious project, and why other communities should consider something similar. Fujitsu Network Communications is a key private-sector partner in this project.


    Though many people mistakenly assume large metropolitan areas to be the land of broadband abundance, Ribley describes the area as currently “a broadband desert.” Telemedicine, when powered by Internet at light speed, promises to be an economic accelerant to lift up urban and rural communities that have vision, creatively and seriously good planning. 

  • 00:38

    Incorporating Mobile Technology in Telemedicine

    in Technology

    Join Corey in a conversation with Steven Dean, Administrative Director, Telemedicine Operations at Inova Health System, about Inova’s initiatives to integrate mHealth technology into telemedicine.

  • 00:52

    Sports Palooza Radio: Former NFL All-Pro Keith Mitchell Stops By

    in Sports

    We are completely honored to have Keith Mitchell, mind/body expert, medical miracle and former All-Pro linebacker as our guest today on Sports Palooza Radio.  


    Keith was paralyzed in an NFL football game (he was an All-Pro linebacker with the Saints, Texans and Titans) but has transformed his life through yoga and meditation. He is now kicking off a ground-breaking pilot program with the University of Rochester Medical School to help retired NFL players and military veterans suffering from neurological diseases such as concussion syndrome and PTSD.  Through the program, Keith and the doctors will use a combination of yoga, meditation and other alternative health care, combined with traditional medicine and pioneering telemedicine to treat those afflicted.   


    The program has the support of the NFL Players Association and a number of veterans services organizations.  Keith Mitchell is launching the JUST BREATHE For Veterans campaign. He stops by today to talk about it. Please tune in. You won’t want to miss this interview.


     


     

  • 00:57

    State Policies That Advance Telemedicine and Gigabit Cities

    in Internet

    Oregon has the highlest level of broadband adoption in the U.S. and the lowest percentage of unserved constituents. This did not happen by accident, but through deliberate policymaking that reach to the highest level of state government. Chris Tamarin, Telecom Strategist for the Oregon Business Development Dept., joins us to talk about how his state became the leader of the pack. Of particular interest is how Oregon has established policies that overcome barriers to greater telemedicine advancement, such as:
    *  encouraging and supporting the rapid deployment of telemedicine services where they currently do not exist; *  requiring health benefit plans to provide coverage of medically necessary telemedical health services; and *  requiring Oregon Health Authority to adopt uniform credentialing and privileging standards for telemedicine service providers (pending governor's signature.
    Tamarin also gives listeners an overview of how local communities can build more effective relationships with state government that bring more businesses to town. Oregon's broadband policymakers have forged such relationships since 1991.

  • 00:08

    @AmericanTelemed 2015: Meet Henry DePhillips MD CMO @Teladoc

    in Health

    Coverage at American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California was both vibrant and informative talking to thought leaders, entrepreneurs and telemedicine evangelists of all stripes from incoming ATA President Reed Tuckson, MD aka @DrReedTuckson to Ranya Habash, MD @habash2020 Co-founder of@HipaaChat.


    My colleague and co-host reporting on the ground Nick Adkins @NickReelDX catches up with Henry DePhillips, MD aka @Henry436 CMO of Teladoc.


    Produced by Gregg Masters @2healthguru for Health Innovation Media.


     

  • 00:08

    @AmericanTelemed 2015: Meet Wendy Deibert @MercyTeleTweetr

    in Health

    Coverage at American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California was both vibrant and informative talking to thought leaders, entrepreneurs and telemedicine evangelists of all stripes from incoming ATA President Reed Tuckson, MD aka @DrReedTuckson to Ranya Habash, MD @habash2020 Co-founder of@HipaaChat.


    My colleague and co-host reporting on the ground Nick Adkins @Nick@ReelDX catches up with Wendy Deibert, VP, Telehealth Services, Mercy.


    Produced by Gregg Masters @2healthguru for Health Innovation Media.

  • 00:11

    ATA 2015: Meet Randy Parker CEO @MDliveInc

    in Health

    Coverage at American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California was both vibrant and informative talking to thought leaders, entrepreneurs and telemedicine evangelists of all stripes from incoming ATA President Reed Tuckson, MD aka @DrReedTuckson to Ranya Habash, MD @habash2020 Co-founder of@HipaaChat.


    My colleague and co-host reporting on the ground Nick Adkins @NickReelDX catches up with MD Live Founder and CEO Randy Parker

  • 02:02

    DocOnCall24/7 offers truckers remote access to certified doctors

    in Health

    Thursday May 28th, 2015 A vital part of anyone’s healthcare is the ability to communicate with a certified medical doctor when a health problem arises. For truckers, this issue is most difficult, as they are most of the time far away from their primary care physician and on route to either pick up or deliver a load. 


    Most drivers get paid by the mile and do not get paid "sick time" to even go to a doctor. To make matters worse, many are without medical insurance. All too often, a truck driver will ignore an illness or symptoms, hoping it "goes away".  Unfortunately this can often lead to a serious outcome for the driver.

    Teladoc® and DocOnCall24/7 have a service designed and available for the professional truck driver which allows truckers to access a certified medical doctor 24/7 and 365 days of the year. Communication between you and the Doctor can be done by phone, video or email.

    Join us as our DocOnCall247 guest discusses the many benefits of this vital membership. Telemedicine is a relatively new kind of medical service and there are many who are unfamiliar. We will be taking callers questions via call-in number: 347-826-9170. Press "1" on your keypad at anytime to join the conversation.


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  • 00:11

    PODCAST: The Evolution of Telehealth

    in Technology

    Welcome to the TechSource podcast series.  Today we are speaking with Nancy M. Green, Global Lead, Healthcare Channel Marketing at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, about key telehealth trends and solutions. 

  • 00:38

    On demand with Dr Pat Basu

    in Culture

    Dr. Pat Basu is a physician, entrepreneur, executive and public servant.  In 2013 he helped launch Doctor On Demand, a service which enables patients to instantly video connect with a physician or psychologist from their phone, tablet or computer. He oversees nearly 1,400 doctors who can diagnose, treat and prescribe medications. The company has expanded cost-effective, convenient medical and mental health care for millions of Americans. Previously, Dr. Basu served as Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Virtual Radiologic – which he helped grow into the largest provider of radiology and largest telemedicine company in the world. In 2010, Dr. Basu took a leave from the Stanford University Faculty to serve his country as a White House Fellow. Considered America’s most prestigious and selective program for national leadership and public service, the White House Fellows’ roughly 400 alumni include Cabinet Secretaries, Senators, Generals, University leaders and CEOs. Dr. Basu continues to play a prominent leadership role in community and public service. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on State Board of Health in Illinois. He serves on the Board of Directors for the University of Illinois Alumni Association and the Board of Governors for the Stanford Medical Alumni Association. Dr. Basu has served on the admissions committees at Stanford University School of Medicine and the University of Chicago’s School of Business. Dr. Basu graduated with Honors from the University of Chicago, where he received both his M.D. and his M.B.A. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois where he also graduated with Honors. 


     

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