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Increasing Access to Care Through Telehealth Technology During COVID-19
The evolution of telehealth and telemedicine has made its mark over the last decades, but not without difficulties. The coronavirus pandemic, on its end, has not only grown the...

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Why Are Experts Saying COVID-19 is Airborne?
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a very serious and heavy toll around the world since the beginning of 2020. With over 73.2 million COVID-19 cases and 1.6 global deaths, there...

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Nine Key Components of a Complete EHR
From 2010 to 2015, adoption rates of Electronic Health Records (EHR) by doctors in small to mid-sized practices soared. Driven by federal government incentives, use of EHRs jumped...

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Hospital Financial Woes with Coronavirus Medicare Loans Due
As the coronavirus pandemic was sweeping the nation, hospitals across the U.S. were flooded with COVID-19 patients. Of course, this required massive amounts of resources to not...

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The Anatomy of Potential COVID-19 Vaccines
It’s been almost a year since the coronavirus pandemic turned the world as we knew it upside down. In January of 2020, Chinese scientists started sharing a virus genome online...

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Telehealth to Help Small and Medium Physician Practices
More than half of working physicians in the United States work in either primary care practices, medium-sized physician practices or specialty groups that have one to twenty...

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Studying COVID-19 Using the Markov Process
The coronavirus was first introduced to the world at the very beginning of 2020. What was, at the time, progressively newsworthy, is now a devastating global pandemic that has...

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COVID-19 Sparks Permanent Health System Changes
The coronavirus pandemic has rattled and forever changed what we once knew as ‘normal times.’ Who knew that mere months ago we were oblivious to the changes that were coming?...

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Coronavirus: Doctors Fighting ‘Infodemic’
Let’s go back to pre-coronavirus times. A time where Americans Googled their random symptoms and played medical professional in their doctor’s office. Misinformation was...

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