No settlement payment or any other consideration was paid by, or on behalf of, MDLIVE or its management in connection with the lawsuit's dismissal.
Thanks to the new law, Texans can now connect with HealthTap and its network of more than 100,000 doctors from their mobile devices and computers.
New telemedicine bill paves the way for pro-telemedicine legislation across the State.
Southcoast Health, Stratus Video team-up to improve care for limited English proficiency and hard-of-hearing patients
Stratus Video's mobile app is easy to use and work on any mobile device or a computer giving users instant access to medically qualified interpreters.
The new service gives new mothers access to professional experts who can answer questions and offer advice concerning breastfeeding and related challenges.
The Creating Opportunities Now for Necessary and Effective Care Technologies (CONNECT) for Health Act aims to waive restrictions around telehealth coverage.
The new offering is added through partnerships with the two top national laboratories LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics.
Available 24 hours a day, Quick Care allows patients to request and begin a consultation with a provider within a short 30-minute timeframe.
The latest version of the platform will make it easier than ever for providers to enroll, launch, conduct and get paid for on-demand and scheduled visits.
The suit alleges MDLive takes screenshots during the first 15 minutes patients use its app, during which they are prompted to enter their health information.