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A tech-powered future will increase personalized patient care

Used effectively, new technologies can deepen the existing, trust-based relationships that so many patients have with their physicians.

COVID was a tipping point for telehealth. If doctors and patients have their way, virtual visits are here to stay.

As the COVID-19 crisis wanes and life approaches normal across the U.S., health industry leaders and many patient advocates are pushing Congress and the Biden administration to preserve the pandemic-fueled expansion of telehealth that has transformed how millions of Americans see the doctor. Read Article

CEO Spotlight with David Johnson: Dr. Christopher Crow

KRLD CEO Spotlight with Christopher Crow, M.D.,  CEO, Catalyst Health Network Listen to Podcast

Doctor’s Appointments During the Pandemic

Dr. Christopher Crow, President of Catalyst Health Network, joined Cheddar’s News Wrap to talk scheduling doctor’s appointments in the age of COVID-19. Read Article

Virtual doctor visits won’t stop coronavirus, but they’ll help the walking worried survive it

As thousands of new patients connect with doctors via smartphones and computers, local health providers beef up their resources to handle the rush.

Texas is urging patients to seek remote health care. Some insurance plans won’t pay for it.

As millions of Texans isolate themselves in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, state officials are working to ramp up the use of telemedicine. But many health plans are outside of their regulatory authority.