Tag: telehealth

Iron Bow Technologies Completes SOC 2 Type 1 Certification for Call Center Services

Herndon, VA – September 07, 2017 Iron Bow Technologies, an IT services provider that serves commercial, healthcare and government customers, today announced that it has successfully completed a System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2® Type I Audit examination for their Customer Support Representative Call Center Services System. Iron Bow Technologies retained international business advisory firm […]

Allscripts picks Vidyo to add telehealth features to patient portal

The EHR vendor is enabling patients to consult with physicians either over the web or through a mobile app.

220+ telehealth companies | 2017

Telehealth is playing a bigger role in healthcare delivery today, broadening access to specialty care across the country, easing home health monitoring and simplifying chronic disease management. Here are more than 220 telehealth companies, listed in alphabetical order.

Iron Bow Recognized as the Leading Provider of Telemedicine Solutions

Herndon, VA – June 22, 2017 Iron Bow Technologies, an information technology solutions provider to healthcare, government and commercial markets, announced today it has been recognized as a foremost leader in providing telemedicine solutions. The recognition is based on industry data collected by Definitive Healthcare and published in a recent mHealth Intelligence article naming the top 10 telemedicine solutions by hospital site […]

First Telemedicine ICU Comes To Hawaii Island

State-of-the-art integrated technology will put the staff at Queen’s Medical Center on Oahu at the bedside of North Hawaii Community Hospital’s sickest patients.

Queen’s Med Center & N. Hawai‘i Hospital Create Telemedicine ICU

The sickest patients at North Hawai‘i Community Hospital in Waimea are now being monitored 24/7 by highly specialized physicians using state-of-the-art integrated technology provided by The Queen’s Health Systems.

Top 10 Telemedicine Solutions by Hospital Site Implementation

Driven by patient demand, improvements in technology, and the need to deliver healthcare outside the traditional hospital setting, health systems across the US are embracing telemedicine.

Telemedicine expands Big Isle Care

Doctors at the Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu have begun making virtual rounds to treat the most critical intensive care patients on Hawaii Island. North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea started the island’s first telemedicine intensive care unit in May