ANALYSIS | BY ERIC WICKLUND | SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 The three health systems are expanding their study on telehealth use for primary care during the pandemic to examine how connected health platforms can address the access needs of people with chronic conditions and other vulnerable populations. Three major health systems are expanding an…
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In this 3-minute video, HIMSS TV interviews, Bluestream Health’s President Brian Yarnell. In this interview, Brian discusses the evolution of virtual care, how it is becoming more consumer-centric and how the Bluestream Health’s virtual care platform-as-a-service is being used to create better health equity. Brian forecasts where virtual care is…
An interview with Brian Yarnell, Bluestream Health President by HISTalk. Tell me about yourself and the company. I got started in healthcare 10 years ago. Prior to that, I worked in digital media, consumer behavior, and data-driven analysis for retail, manufacturing, marketing, and sales. I have quite a bit of…
As seen in Healthcare Finance. Our very own Brian Yarnell interviewed on HIMSSTV about Bluestream Health’s strategy and unique approach.
Once the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the health system needed to be able to treat the surge of patients with urgent care needs virtually so they could keep them safely at home and away from the overwhelmed emergency care system. To ensure all New Yorkers could access this new service, NYC H+H also needed a telehealth vendor that enabled it to offer virtual urgent care to all patients in their patients’ preferred language and without a clear need for the Internet or a smartphone.
Now that we’re in the swing of the summer movie season, I thought it would be fun to revisit a bit of Jaws nostalgia. Like Jaws, COVID-19 came out of the blue and caught the healthcare industry unaware. Vacations were ruined, knee replacements were postponed, and healthcare delivery was interrupted
The future of healthcare now belongs to Amazon, AmWell, and those health systems that understand that winners and losers will be decided by “touch-the-glass” devices – cellphones and tablets.
Are we all Zoomed out? Do doctors miss patients’ wit and wisdom? Is a trip to the hospital the new fun field trip? Absolutely not! It was simply inevitable that after the incredible rise of virtual visits in 2020, that some virtual visits would revert back to in-person visits once a large percentage of the population got vaccinated.
MedStar Health, which operates more than 300 healthcare entities, including 10 hospitals in the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area, had been using telehealth services vendor Bluestream Health to perform its virtual visits
On September 27, 2018, the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Readiness (ASPR) awarded two $3 million grants to investigate and develop regional disaster health response systems (RDHRS).