eHealth


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Informatics The constellation of electronic 'transactions' that reflect the paper to digital transition in managing health data by providers, including electronic medical records, electronic prescribing, remote monitoring of disease, and online communication between doctor and patient
Popular health Use of the Internet by the public, health workers and others to access health and lifestyle information, services and support; eHealth encompasses Internet pharmacies, teleconsultation, and telemedicine
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eHealth is working with Aetna, one of the nation's leading diversified health care benefits companies, to power the next generation of HR Policy Association's highly successful retiree medical exchange, Retiree Health Access (RHA).
As of February 24, 2014, the average premium for an individual health plan selected through eHealth without a subsidy was $274 per month, a 39% increase from the average individual premium for pre-Obamacare coverage1.
However interventions have largely remained small in scale and there is a lack of evidence-based knowledge on effectiveness, sustainability and best practices in eHealth.