How Digital Health Promotes Health Equity in California: Opportunities & Hurdles
While California is a national and global health care innovation and technology pacesetter, the question of equitable access to health care remains a key challenge. With sprawling urban centers and vast rural areas, California presents a unique challenge: ensuring that every resident, regardless of where they live, who they are, or their socioeconomic status, has the same access to quality health care. California is among only a few states in the nation where no single racial or ethnic group forms a majority. Instead, California is a minority-majority state, yet equitable access to care remains elusive. Join us as we navigate this crucial intersection of technology and well-being, highlighting both the successes and the pathways yet to be explored in the mission of equitable health care for all Californians.
A New Era of Telehealth: Key Medicare Policy Changes and Extensions
With the COVID-19 Pandemic coming to a close, it is crucial that telehealth providers pay attention to the various changes coming their way. Check out our UPDATED PHE timeline and blog to ensure you are up to date on all critical dates.
RPM Vendor Selection Toolkit
With numerous RPM vendors in the market, it can be overwhelming for health care centers to identify the best partner to meet their unique needs. The right vendor can not only help streamline patient care, but also support the long-term growth and sustainability of the health care organization. This Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Vendor Selection Toolkit poses key considerations for health centers selecting an RPM vendor as well as a systematic approach to vendor evaluation to identify the most suitable RPM partner.