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e-health

(Electronic-HEALTH) An umbrella term for health information via electronic means. It encompasses healthcare information systems, including the management and sharing of healthcare records, the dissemination of healthcare information, both privately and publicly, medical research and consumer healthcare websites. See healthcare IT.
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Online health insurance company, eHealth Inc, has announced plans to expand into Indianapolis.
The financing will be distributed among the services of digital infrastructure of Open data (5 million), Cybersecurity (10 million), eHealth (5 million), eProcurement (3 million), European e-Justice (3 million) and the new European Platform of Competences Digital and Employment (1 million).
SunTrust analyst Tobey Sommer raised his price target on eHealth to $120 and kept his Buy rating, saying the stock has become his "favorite small cap idea" coming out of last week's Investor Day.
The House Committee on Health has passed a substitute bill seeking to establish the National eHealth Systems and Services to deliver health services through cost-effective and secure information and communications technology (ICT).
The Koblenz company, one of the leading global providers of eHealth solutions, delivered a fourth quarter revenue of EUR 164 million--this corresponds to a growth of 6 percent compared to EUR 154 million in the same period of last year.
CompuGroup Medical US is the US division of CompuGroup Medical AG - one of the leading eHealth companies in the world.
A pioneer in efforts to sell health insurance through the web, eHealth Inc., gave that assessment Tuesday, in a preview of the company's earnings for the fourth quarter of 2017.
Representative of private doctors complained that the recently launched system of electronic health care does not work properly yet, and that it makes the work of GPs difficult.The launch of eHealth into practice, starting from January 1, 2018 has been accompanied by a number of problems that are making it difficult for general practitioners to carry out their work properly, Private Doctors' Association (ASL) President Marian Soth said on January 16, as quoted by the TASR newswire.
- As the Obamacare open enrollment period enters its final days in the US individual market, a new survey by eHealth, Inc.
EHealth is the parent of eHealthInsurance.com, one of the first companies to develop a sustainable strategy for selling health coverage online.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of 84 moderate- to high-quality RCTs with 24,010 patients evaluated the use of "eHealth" interventions in preventing and treating overweight and obesity in adults 35 to 65 years of age (75% female).