Mobile Health Tech Could Reduce Doctor Visits
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Ken Terry
Ken Terry,
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11/8/2013 | 4:07:09 PM
re: Mobile Health Tech Could Reduce Doctor Visits
The evidence is still slim, Anon, and I agree that there's a lot of hype in this area. But for a more informed opinion, I suggest you check out the new article in Health Affairs by Weiner, Yeh and Blumenthal about the potential impact of health IT on demand for physicians.
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11/6/2013 | 10:39:27 PM
re: Mobile Health Tech Could Reduce Doctor Visits
This story never changes! "Mobile Health Tech *COULD* Reduce ...", "evidence is needed to confirm ...". Tell us something that you know for sure, not just a platitudinous possibility.
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11/5/2013 | 2:37:23 PM
re: Mobile Health Tech Could Reduce Doctor Visits
We agree with this article and have a virtual clinic software as a service model which providers/physicians can integrate into their website and treat patients virtually for basic symptoms with our adaptive learning system which enables a patient to be evaluated without having the hassle of coming to an office and tying up the waiting room. GoGoHealth increases access and streamlines care.

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