Abstract: Blockchain technology developed in 2008 as part of a proposal for the Bitcoin virtual currency system—eschewing a central authority for issuing currency, transferring ownership, and confirming transactions.1 Before understanding its value for the goal of accurate, auditable, and easy of accessing medical record data on a global basis while still maintaining the … [Read more...] about Blockchain: Taking the Genius of Financial Tracking into the Electronic Health Record Environment on a Global Basis
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Abstract: It’s more of the same, packaged differently. New York is the most densely diverse market, and it benefits from the elimination of care barriers. Its cultural and geographic diversity is both a challenge and an opportunity. What follows is a story of how updated telehealth care is now catching up to our healthcare needs. Telehealth is the use of devices to measure … [Read more...] about Telehealthg: Is New York at a Tipping Point?
Samir Malik Editor’s note: On March 16th and 17th, 2017, Telehealth and Medicine Today convened a national conference of opinion leaders to discuss and debate “Technologies and Tactics Transforming Long-term Care.” What follows is a lecture by Samir Malik on the topic of mental healthcare, and home health. I was asked to come here and speak about our experience … [Read more...] about Transformative Health Management Utilizing Real-time Data from the Home in a Meaningful Way