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PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Tridiuum, the nation’s premier provider of digital behavioral health solutions, today released the results of a new survey about the current and future state of telemental healthcare delivery. The survey found that 81 percent of behavioral health providers began using telehealth for the first time in the last six …

Photo courtesy of Ana Andrade Children play at a distance at The Wolf Pack Child Care in San Rafael. Photo courtesy of Ana Andrade Children play at a distance at The Wolf Pack Child Care in San Rafael. The coronavirus pandemic is pushing many California child care providers to the brink of closure and forcing …

The healthcare industry is facing new and increased pressures as a result of COVID-19. With industries across the board turning to digital solutions to help maintain productivity and continuity, the current crisis presents an opportunity for healthcare organisations to speed up their adoption of digital solutions. However, a recent survey revealed that 61% of healthcare …

with Paulina Firozi The coronavirus pandemic dealt a massive blow to medical providers serving low-income Americans.  Getting federal coronavirus relief funds out the door to doctors, hospitals and other facilities in the Medicaid program didn’t exactly go smoothly even though the Department of Health and Human Services had $175 billion to distribute this past spring.  …

“The Report “Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Providers Market” provides Key Benefits, Key Market Segments, Secondary and Primary Research, Analyst Tools and Models to 2024. The report will assist reader with better understanding and decision making. In this report, we analyze the Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Providers industry from two aspects. One part is about its …

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Santa Clara County ordered on Wednesday all large health care systems in the county to provide free coronavirus testing for all patients in high-risk categories, including people who regularly ride mass transit. County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody said that while many health care providers are already providing COVID-19 …

ST. LOUIS – Sunday the City of St. Louis Health Department released a statement saying health care providers are telling the city to expect delays in getting COVID-19 test results.  The problem is centered on private commercial laboratories are experiencing delays in processing COVID-19 test. The delay in results means local and state health departments …

When it comes to healthcare, hospitals and health systems were once monolithic in consumers’ minds. But dizzying advances in business and technology have put plenty of industries on notice that old assumptions are out the window, and healthcare is no different. Smart devices such as the Apple Watch, or new fusions of retail-based care like …

Logistics companies face increasing customer demands, expanding global supply chains, growing capacity limitations and rising costs, and according to a recent whitepaper, technology could help to ease some of these issues. In “Growing Business Through Digitization: A Roadmap for Logistics Service Providers,” technology company Blume Global of Pleasanton, Calif., included ways logistics companies can take …

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Getting treatment for mental health problems such as anxiety and depression can be difficult because of the distance to a provider or because of the cost of treatment. But computers and tablets are changing that. Last year, the Barren River Initiative to Get Healthy, or BRIGHT, recommended using telemedicine, which involves …