Expert Opinion: Telehealth Provides Antidote for ‘Help Wanted’ in Rural America
Expert Opinion, Health
September 15th, 2014
Rural Americans are sicker, poorer and more likely to be uninsured than their urban counterparts. Vital human capital links in our nation’s information and healthcare supply chain are missing in rural America, and we need more skilled health care professionals in those communities. Telehealth capabilities offer an antidote to the rural health care conundrum by […]
You’ve Heard of Big Data. Learn about Small mHealth, at Tuesday’s Broadband Breakfast Club
Broadband and Democratization, FCC, Health, National Broadband Plan, Wireless
April 15th, 2013
April 15, 2013 – You’ve heard of “big data.” Well, now its time to learn about “small mHealth.” At Tuesday’s Broadband Breakfast Club, we’ll be learning about “Mobile Health: Will Wireless Devices Help Solve the Nation’s Health Crises?” We’ve got an impressive lineup, including a keynote presentation by Jacob Reider, the Chief Medical Officer at […]
Maryland Takes Proactive Stance on Health IT
July 22nd, 2010
WASHINGTON, July 22, 2010 – Following a recent roundtable with health industry leaders, experts, and state officials, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley declared an intention to increase Maryland’s role in the development of Health-related technology.
“Advancing our vision for Health IT will further this progress, and help us advance toward our goals for creating and saving jobs, and improving the quality of care in our State while reigning in costs,” said Governor O’Malley.
Definition of Innovative Programs at Issue at NTIA Roundtable
Broadband Stimulus, NTIA
March 17th, 2009
WASHINGTON, March 17, 2009 – Broadband adoption is widely viewed as spurring innovation, but $7.2 billion had stakeholders gathered at Monday’s public meeting on broadband funding to offer comments on what sort of “innovative programs” could make best use of the funding.