The Shift from In-Person Care to Telemedicine In a world where in-person care has been the norm in healthcare, the transition to telemedicine brings forth …
Navigating Healthcare Challenges In today’s rapidly evolving healthcare environment, the demand for specialty care has never been greater. However, this increasing demand is met with …
Native American communities face significant challenges in accessing quality mental healthcare due to historical and ongoing traumas, socioeconomic disparities, and limited access to healthcare. Telemedicine is closing these gaps.
There are many factors that play a role in our overall health and wellness. Beyond individual characteristics such as genetics, there are also upstream factors known as SDOH
Childhood is a critical period for establishing healthy habits, and health outcomes later in life are often linked to childhood behaviors. By working together with healthcare professionals, parents can empower their children to be the healthiest and best versions of themselves.
If you’ve found yourself in a cooking rut, always gravitating towards the same 3 to 4 recipes, spring is the perfect time to break out and try something new. The three recipes in this blog are easy to make and feature a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables. As a bonus, these dishes are all vegetarian and can be made vegan with just a few modifications.
If you have a senior parent or family member, you may be aware of some challenges that they (or you, as a caregiver) encounter in coordinating and facilitating their medical care. Some common difficulties include things like keeping track of medical appointments and treatment plans, arranging transportation to medical centers, and more.
Acute respiratory failure is a serious, life-threatening condition that usually requires the patient to be admitted to an intensive care unit.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average American spends 90% of their life indoors¹. This trend is associated with our society’s continued shift towards urban areas, coupled with our increasing reliance on technology
A Tele-Respiratory Therapist (Tele-RT) is a medical professional that provides remote treatment for patients with problems related to breathing. Tele-RTs work with patients who have chronic lung conditions such as COPD, ALS, bronchiectasis, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and asthma.