AI and Autism

Check it out! 98.5% accuracy is being reported that analyzes specialized MRIs of the brain accurately diagnosed children between the ages of 24 and 48 months with autism at a 98.5% accuracy rate, according to research being presented next week at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).

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Brain implant

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to communicate with your thoughts alone? Imagine being able to express yourself without speaking or writing, just by thinking of the words you want to say. This may sound like science fiction, but it could soon become a reality for some people who have lost their

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Telehealth or in-person?

Amid all the change and hype about telehealth client preferences of modalities (telehealth versus in-person) have now been studied. A new study, “Choosing Or Losing In Behavioral Health: A Study Of Patients’ Experiences Selecting Telehealth Versus In-Person Care,” sheds light on whether clients prefer telehealth only or in-person care.* The research highlights that approximately one-third

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Recent update from Medicare

Fee-For-Service and Telehealth Coverage The Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) has published its July 2023 report, “Billing for Telehealth Encounters: An Introductory Guide on Fee-for-Service.” The guide focuses on Medicare Fee for Service (FFS) telehealth policy and reimbursement. 2023BillingGuideFINAL.pdf ( The report sums up the status of Medicare coverage. Here are some highlights: When providing

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