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RCP Board Member Buddy Ortale appointed to board of Waitr Holdings

LAFAYETTE, La.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Waitr Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: WTRH) (“Waitr” or the “Company”), a leader in on-demand food ordering and delivery, today announced that the Company appointed Charles “Rusty” Holzer and Buford “Buddy” Ortale to the Board of Directors. Mr. Holzer has been appointed as a member of the Compensation Committee and Mr. Ortale has been appointed

How will the healthcare industry be different in a post-pandemic world?

Despite the toll COVID-19 has had on the healthcare industry, a number of growth opportunities have been born out of the pandemic, according to analysts with Frost & Sullivan. The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to change the way hospitals operate and promote growth in a number of areas, including virtual care. A new analysis by

Medical Offices: Where is the paradigm shift taking us?

Over the course of the last week to ten days, it has become apparent that medical offices are not likely to return to full waiting rooms with a continual stream of patient traffic anytime soon. Furthermore, as to each practice’s “bottom line”, telehealth visits are helping but are not filling the gap in billings. As

Podcast: Telehealth is the biggest story in IT right now

Gregg Smith, CEO of Remote Care Partners, recently spoke with Douglas Green, publisher of Telemedicine Planet and Telecom Reseller about the changes in healthcare and in telemedicine since the outbreak of the Covid-19 Pandemic. As providers work to deliver as much health care services as possible without coming to the office, Remote Care (with includes

St. Lukeʼs One of First in World to Pilot Remote Patient Monitoring for COVID-19 Patients

Philadelphia and the surrounding area are currently creeping up the list as the latest hot spots in the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, St. Luke’s University Health Network is starting to use remote patient monitoring to care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Their goal is to manage the surge of COVID-19 patients while maintaining the

‘People need to stop dragging their feet’: Using telehealth during COVID-19 pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the United States, increasing numbers of practices and hospitals are turning to telehealth to safely care for patients. Recently, Medicare announced it would be expanding reimbursement for office, hospital and other telehealth visits in the United States to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Before

Remote patient monitoring, ventilator payment among CMS flexibility as COVID-19 rages on

CMS on Monday announced an “unprecedented range” of temporary regulatory changes aimed at helping providers boost capacity and staff to treat patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes mean hospitals can bill for services provided outside their buildings so that patients can be screened offsite or through virtual encounters. As many COVID-19 patients have required

FDA greenlights expanded remote patient monitoring to keep patients out of coronavirus-slammed hospitals

RCP Introduces Important Physician Support Tools for COVID-19 at-Risk Patients

TAMPA, Fla., March 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Remote Care Partners, Inc. (“RCP”), provider of advanced communications solutions for the medical community, today announced that it has expedited the introduction of a robust set of physician tools supporting at-home patient monitoring for COVID-19 at-risk patients.  The platform contacts patients by voice or text message, asks a

Survey from the AMA show the Remote Patient Monitoring (RMP) and Telehealth services have more than doubled in the last three year.

When digital health tools began to become widely available in 2016, there were many questions from questions from the medical community. While many of the 1,300 physicians that were surveyed were optimistic about the concept, many had basic questions that limited adoption. AMA Digital Health Study, 2019 There concerns and questions fell to four broad