Virtual healthcare is transforming and improving the healthcare industry in a variety of ways, but there are gaps that need filling in order to best support providers and patients.
Augmented Intelligence: A Better AI? What is Augmented Intelligence? Augmented intelligence is the use of technology to enhance human intelligence, rather than replace it. It emulates and extends human cognitive function through the pairing of humans and machines, finding hidden meaning within all data and transforming user engagement by providing the right advice at the […]
How Telemedicine Can Improve Rural Hospital Financial Performance By Tom FeeDirector, North AmericaHippo Technologies, Inc. Rural hospitals have endured years of shrinking demand. More than 100 rural hospitals have closed over the past decade in the US, and over 600 additional rural hospitals (30% of rural hospitals) are at risk of closing in the near […]
From remote ambulance care in Dubai to dialysis clinics in Guatemala, Hippo is proud to be leading the charge towards the next generation of Virtual Care technology. We reflect on 2022 and the progress we’ve made toward our mission.
Hippo Technologies, a Vancouver, Wash.-area startup developing tech to connect patients in rural areas with specialists, raised seed funding from Ochsner Health, a large health system based in New Orleans.
Hippo is teaming up with Ochsner Health to deliver innovative Virtual Care technologies and clinical workflows to improve access to specialist care. Initial pilot to focus on Increasing Access to High-Quality Neurology Care
Pexip ha annunciato una partnership con Hippo Technologies per sviluppare e lanciare una piattaforma di Virtual Care di nuova generazione per gli operatori sanitari e il settore medicale.
Virtual Care leader Hippo is leveraging Pexip to enable increased interoperability and integration with multiple third-party remote collaboration platforms
How to Save Rural and Community Hospitals from Extinction By Dr. Patrick Quinlan Rural hospitals are closing at an alarming rate, leaving many without access to care. Virtual care can bridge the gap. Rural Americans face many challenges when it comes to accessing healthcare. On average, they live twice as far away from the nearest […]
The past few years have effectively demonstrated that telehealth and virtual care offer a unique way to bring quality care to patients while reducing the burden on both patients and providers. With over 85% of physicians using telehealth today, this burgeoning care method is here to stay. As the field and technology continue to evolve, however, the distinction between telehealth and virtual care is becoming clearer, along with the limitations of the former.