These posts have clinical content, tagged according to the pathology or the organ/ disease group – often falling under several tags.
These posts are about Telehealth, mHealth, wearables, remote consultations and similar. If content crosses over between Online Health and this category it will generally be included here if there is a live doctor/ clinician at the end of a service, however if the service is fully automated then it will usually be under Online Health.
These posts are about new/ upcoming medical technologies & devices, about internet based health activites such as fully online services, about the use of health data or about Cloud Health activities on the internet.
These posts are about general topics such as health policies or along the lines of opinion pieces/ essays.
These posts are mostly about webhosting and occasionally relate to general gadgets, devices and technologies.
These are either Consultant Specialists/ Services that Cloud Health has referred patients to or they are local non-medical services. There is no affiliation between Cloud Health and these services and there is no endorsement of these over any other alternatives. Invariably these services have either been requested by patients, work nearby to Cloud Health or have been found as a result of searches to meet a specific patient need.
Cloud Health aims to provide your care but if you need other services then a few options are listed. There is no affiliation between Cloud Health and these services and there is no endorsement of these over any other alternatives.
This is not actually a category but is a self-explanatory tag applied to many posts.