Specific interventions may treat debilitating after-effects of infection
Can advice generated by AI shape doctors' diagnoses? New study sheds light on the doctor-AI relationship
Access to primary care doctors results in greater wellbeing and longevity; it’s high time that every American has a primary care doctor
A recent study suggests that people who have recovered from COVID-19 have higher risk of a progression of underlying conditions
For those aged 60 or older, telemedicine offers potential for lowering cost of care without compromising on quality of care.
On May 16, 2021, in the HealthTap Medical Group monthly webinar, Dr. Le Wang gave a thorough and concise presentation on vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia and thrombosis related to COVID-19.
Can Virtual Reality Help Manage Chronic Pain? A recent study offers hope to chronic pain patients
New insights into the pros and cons of virtual healthcare, doctors weigh in as part of a new study
On Sunday, April 18, 2021, Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers, of Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Visionary Eye Doctors, presented on the causes of dry eye disease and meibomian gland dysfunction.
Many more people are choosing virtual healthcare. Providers must adapt to new expectations for accessing doctors via remote consultation.
Geoffrey W. Rutledge
Geoffrey W. Rutledge MD, PhD, FACMI, Chief Medical Officer and co-founder at HealthTap, is a double-board certified physician who practiced and taught medicine for more than 25 years. He earned a PhD in medical computer science from Stanford, was an NIH-funded researcher, and served on faculty at Harvard, Stanford, and UCSD medical schools. Before HealthTap, he created the first consumer health website and PHR at Healtheon/WebMD.