Telemedicine Policies Advance Unevenly State-by-State

While the technology to deliver telehealth is poised for widespread implementation, as outlined in a previous blog, a number of barriers remain, most significantly barriers to provider incentives, cross-state licensure…

Realizing the Promise of Telemedicine

The idea of doctors making house calls has been a persistent idyllic dream that resonates with many people’s desire to return to simpler times when the town’s doctor knew everyone.

Home and Clinic Models Expanding Telemedicine Services

Ready or not, the use of telehealth or telemedicine is growing at exponential rates, and who and how it is being used may be surprising.

Implementing Telemedicine in Urology: An Overview of Benefits and Barriers

The American College of Physicians surveyed its members about telemedicine last October 2018 and again in January 2019. They asked a random sample of 1,449 members younger than 65, a…

Telemedicine Filling Gaps, Specialist Shortages

The dream for many telehealth startups a decade ago was to create a virtual clinic, download an app, see a board-certified doctor in minutes for a video consult, and finish…

Barriers to Telemedicine in America

Bringing telehealth to rural America has long been heralded as the way to increase healthcare access for millions of people living in remote areas. One early feasibility telehealth study was…

The Future of Telemedicine: The ATA 2019 Annual Meeting

by Eugene Rhee, Co-Chair of the AUA Urology Telehealth Task Force The 2019 American Telemedicine Association (ATA) brought together healthcare professionals and leaders from an array of healthcare and technology…

Three Out of Five Men are Fearful of Urinary Catheters, Survey Finds

Men are More Fearful Than Women; Expert Says Risk of Pain, Trauma and Infection Justifies Patient Concerns COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Three out of five men (58 percent)…

Camera-equipped catheter winning over hospitals seeking cost savings

Starting from its birthplace at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital, PercuVision LLC has sold its visually guided catheter-placement system to 20 smaller community and rural hospitals in the two years since…

PercuVision Expands Board of Directors, As Company Focuses On Growth

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PercuVision® LLC, developer of patented micro-endoscope technologies to reduce pain and morbidity from blind urinary catheterizations, today announced that Thomas McDonald and Geoffrey Madden…

PercuVision to Partner with Ernie Green Industries (EGI) Subsidiary eNNOVEA Medical

March 22, 2013: The Columbus, Ohio based medical device company, PercuVision, LLC, announced today a new alliance with Ernie Green Industries (EGI) subsidiary eNNOVEA Medical.

FDA Clears New Device to View the Urethra When Placing a Catheter

COLUMBUS, Ohio—PercuVision®LLC, announced today that it received FDA clearance to market the DirectVision™ System, a new medical device that lets nurses', in real-time, be inside of the urethra when placing…