Eastern Michigan University will begin using live video steraming to allow health care professionals at EMU’s Autism Collaborative Center to expand care to rural or disadvantaged families in Michigan with a child or young adult who is autistic.
As the advancements in telemedicine and health apps for mobile devices make receiving health care easier by the day, Los Angeles-based NoviMedicine is building a system for board-certified dermatologists to discuss, evaluate and treat patients’ acne completely online.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s office last week announced he had signed to legislation designed to harness technology for the best delivery of medical information and services.
CJPS Healthcare Supplies & Equipment Thursday announced a new Trade-Up program. This announcement comes on the heels of being the first and only company waiving all connectivity fees to caregivers accessing their patients’ data using VitalPoint.
Children with autism often have a difficult time being properly diagnosed or receiving therapy. Those problems are compounded for disadvantaged families or families living in rural areas. The Autism Collaborative Center at Eastern Michigan University soon will be able to bridge that gap thanks to a $500,000 state grant that will allow the staff to use the latest technology — a live video stream — to evaluate and treat clients.
Auburn Hills-based CJPS Medical Systems says it has added Wi-Fi capability on its VitalPoint remote patient monitor, a medical device capable of measuring patients’ vital signs from home while allowing direct communication with their caregiver and generating HIPAA-compliant electronic medical records
The Peoria, Ill.-based Illinois Neurological Institute, a provider of clinical care, research and education in neurological illness, announced that it had selected Orion Township-based Jems Technology to provide tele-stroke detection.