Tag Archives: virtual

Franciscan Health’s Covid-19 Virtual Care Journey 

When Covid-19 hit Franciscan Health, IT leadership knew it had to reinvent the way virtual care was delivered. In this deep-dive webinar, VP of Technology & CTO Chuck Christian and VP of Digital Innovation Sri Bharadwaj reveal how the organization developed an innovative response that was able to meet the needs of clinicians and patients, all while keeping security… Read More »

Tika Sumpter to co-host virtual summit for Black mothers

Tika Sumpter, attends ABC Television’s Winter Press Tour 2020 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 08, 2020 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Tika Sumpter and Thai Randolph unveiled Sugaberry, a lifestyle brand for moms of color a few months back and they’re continuing their rise with a virtual summit when many… Read More »

Oscar expands into 4 new states, touts new virtual primary care option

Dive Brief: Startup payer Oscar announced a major expansion of both its national presence and virtual healthcare services Thursday, the latter spurred on by the COVID-19 pandemic. New York City-based Oscar said it is expanding into four new states in 2021: Oklahoma, Iowa, North Carolina and Arkansas. It is also expanding into new counties in… Read More »

College of Medicine celebrates virtual graduation for Class of 2020 – Florida State News

Graduating students from the Florida State Universty College of Medicine Class of 2020 take the Hippocratic Oath during a virtual ceremony. (College of Medicine) One-hundred fifteen new physicians from Florida State University are a step closer to joining hospitals across the country eager for new recruits in a battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. How much… Read More »

Seeking Comfort and Safety for Being Well: Consumers Turn to Virtual Health Modes

“We’re not getting back to business as usual any time soon,” Sage Growth Partners and Blackbook Research introduce their latest report on the COVID-19 pandemic, As the Country Reopens Safety Concerns Rise. One of the areas that won’t be getting “back to business” soon will be patients’ visits to doctors’ offices, hospitals, and urgent care… Read More »