Ron Gutman Talks HOPES on Fox Business with Maria Bartiromo

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Our CEO Ron Gutman was a guest this past Friday morning on Fox Business Network’s Mornings with Maria, interviewed by lead anchor and global markets editor, Maria Bartiromo. Ron discussed HOPESTM, our new all-in-one, integrated, query-to-cure Health Operating SystemTM. HOPESTM powers health systems to provide their patient populations immediate access to quality care anytime, anywhere. READ MORE →

9 Halloween Questions You Probably Forgot to Ask

Rather than all the sugar and candy-related questions that pretty much everyone knows the answer to, we rounded up other Halloween questions you probably forgot to ask—or don’t even think about. Colored contacts? Prop 65 warnings? Even haunted house safety made the list. Check it out! Is it safe to wear colored contacts? Colored contact lenses READ MORE →

We’ve Got HOPES™ for You and Your Loved Ones

With Halloween a few days away, I was thinking to myself that there are probably not too many things more terrifying than navigating the current healthcare system. Who hasn’t experienced how fragmented, cumbersome, inaccessible, expensive, and extremely time-consuming a healthcare encounter can be? Unfortunately, healthcare at present is not designed around the end user, but READ MORE →

HealthTap Goes Global with HOPES™, the First and Only Health Operating System™ for Hospitals, Clinics, and Community-based Programs Worldwide

New Zealand’s Waikato District Health Board Selects HealthTap as a Partner to Create a New Virtual Health Practice PALO ALTO, Calif. – October 28, 2015 – HealthTap, the world’s first Global Health Practice that provides 24/7 query-to-cure individualized care with a network of more than 73,000 doctors, announced that its Health Operating SystemTM (HOPES)TM is READ MORE →

Part 2 of 3: ACL Treatment Options

For a torn ACL, a common treatment option in order to gain full functionality and stability of your knee is surgery. If you wish to engage in any pivoting, impact, or “cutting” sports, surgery is typically recommended in order to resume any sports activity. In the case that you will not be engaging in high READ MORE →