Weitzman Institute and Project HOPE Collaborate to Fight COVID-19
Project HOPE funding supports clinicians on the frontlines Middletown, Conn. (April 22, 2020) – A new partnership between the Weitzman Institute and Project HOPE will bring tools and training to clinicians on America’s fro ...
ConferMED Offering Free COVID-19 eConsults To All Safety Net Primary Care Providers Nationwide
Telehealth Access to Infectious Disease Specialists Offers Expert Support to Providers Treating Underserved Patient Communities ConferMED, a leading eConsult company with a virtual consultation process purpose-built by p ...
Article: Congress Mulls Federal Support for Specialist Consults Via Telehealth
Article originally published at MHealthIntelligence by Eric Wicklund As proposed, the Specialty Treatment Access and Referrals (STAR) Act would establish a grant program to help healthcare providers develop and launch an eCons ...
First-of-Its-Kind Telehealth Partnership Increases Access to Specialty Care
Innovative healthcare technology solution benefits patients nationally ConferMED, a premier eConsult platform developed by primary care providers, and ReferralMD, a leader in referral management and patient access technology, ...
Daniel Wilensky, MD, Appointed as ConferMED’s First Medical Director
ConferMED, a leading eConsult provider developed by primary care providers, has appointed Dan Wilensky, MD, as Medical Director. In this newly created role, Dr. Wilensky will provide clinical input and guidance to the ConferMED t ...
CeCN Relaunches as ConferMED
The Community eConsult Network, Inc. today introduces its new brand identity: ConferMED. As a national provider of telehealth services with a large specialty network and a customized approach to implementation, the new branding r ...
New York Times: When Email Comes to the Doctor’s Office, Wait Times Decrease
The New York Times cites research about CeCN in Upshot article about eConsults. By Austin Frakt Published March 18, 2019 The kind of thing we have done instinctively in our workplaces for two decades — sending a quick ...