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September 12, 2016
As new wearable applications are constantly emerging in the marketplace, their development and design are changing how software is being written. Experts discuss the future of apps.
August 19, 2016
A recent study by the Future of Privacy Forum found that the top health and fitness apps lag behind other types of apps in terms of privacy policies -- only 70% of the top 100 health and fitness ...
August 05, 2016
There's no denying that mHealth apps have the potential to help patients better manage their health. But according to a recent study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San ...
July 29, 2016
Utah's Intermountain Healthcare, one of the country's biggest health systems, has become a major provider of telehealth services, including direct to the consumer.
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Telehealth applications for asynchronous video technology include discharge instructions, medical education and between-visit check-ins; benefits include privacy and convenience. Continue Reading
Digital health evangelist Nick Adkins says telemedicine technology and services work well now, and even hospitals are getting into bringing care to patients where they are. Continue Reading
Implementing a successful telehealth program can be a challenge. Health IT experts from Mass General share four key steps to ensuring a telehealth initiative will be successful. Continue Reading
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A cardiologist and medical adviser to health IT startups sports a bracelet-style wearable from Jawbone for workouts and her job and says wearables in healthcare are here to stay. Continue Reading
A medical school professor and mHealth researcher depends on her smartwatch wearable for tracking training runs, but doesn't use other smartwatch features. Continue Reading
Always wearing his trademark kilt, Nick Adkins is a colorful, passionate health IT personality and self-described digital health evangelist with a focus on video and telemedicine. Continue Reading
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At many hospitals and physician practices, endpoint devices -- such as desktop computers, laptops and smartphones -- can become areas for cybercriminals to exploit. However, a combination of high-tech defense and old-fashioned common sense offer ... Continue Reading
Connected medical devices are becoming more widespread in healthcare, but security and management options are limited for IT teams. Continue Reading
The Medical University of South Carolina expands its telehealth program with a video integration that allows doctors to connect with patients directly from health records. Continue Reading
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While fairly well established in healthcare for inventory control, the Internet of Medical Things also is now being used to improve patient satisfaction. Continue Reading
An expert offers strategies for securing mobile devices in healthcare settings, including restricting BYOD, personalized training for physicians and ransomware protection tools. Continue Reading
Clinician teamwork and care coordination are among the top ways to improve population health results for big and small providers, McKesson Corp. chief medical officer says. Continue Reading