asynchronous telemedicine

By Laura Lovett November 15, 2017
The Foley Telemedicine and Digital Health Survey revealed more interest and use of telemedicine amongst health organizations. The survey was conducted by Foley & Lardner LLP, a law firm with a telemedicine team.  In 2014, 87 percent of survey respondents reported that they did not expect most of their patients to be using telemedicine by 2017. However, this year three-quarters of respondents...
By Jonah Comstock October 12, 2016
App-enabled “full stack health plan” Zoom+, which offers telemedicine, walk-in clinics, and health insurance as an integrated, tech-enabled offering in the Portland, Oregon area, has launched a new feature, Zoom+Care Chat. The new feature allows Zoom+ users to get medical advice and even prescriptions via secure messaging and, ideally, will increase convenience for patients while also reducing...
By Jonah Comstock September 1, 2016
NYC-based asynchronous telemedicine service Sherpaa quietly opened its doors this week to direct-to-consumer business. Previously, text message and app access to Sherpaa doctors was available only via an employer. "B2B is definitely our core right now, but we decided that after really refining our processes over the years and creating an entirely new delivery model that it was ready for prime...
By Jonah Comstock December 8, 2015
Icebreaker Health, a relatively new telemedicine startup that raised $6.6 million in August, has expanded its Lemonaid app-based telehealth service into Michigan and New York (not to be confused with fitness tracking startup Lemonade Labs). Icebreaker Health already serves patients in Pennsylvania and California. The company's Chief Medical Officers is Dr. Jason Hwang, who co-authored The...