Mobile health systems and devices
- August 31, 2010
Expected to make its way into devices next year, the Bluetooth 4.0 standard and its low-power features could enable more hospital diagnostics and home monitoring devices.
- June 09, 2010
If a government-funded platform for an open source app store for health care takes off, the 99-cent EHR system could be coming. Simpler applications are also expected.
- April 23, 2010
Health IT regulations could be affected by a 2-year-old Food and Drug Administration proposed rule that's back in the spotlight. Some fear the rule may slow technology adoption.
- April 20, 2010
Physicians love the iPhone. Management loves the BlackBerry. Patients want medical information on their phones. In short, smartphones are changing the health care industry.
- March 11, 2010
The head of an award-winning electronic health records installation offers advice to her peers about managing the transition from paper medical records to ambulatory EHR.
- February 22, 2010
Replacing legacy networks, servers and printers -- not to mention integrating messaging and mobile technology -- hits health care IT infrastructure hard. But spending is on the rise.
- February 10, 2010
Thanks to mobile convergence and devices like the iPhone, doctors benefit from quick access to key patient information. But data entry remains problematic.
- August 26, 2009
Why are wireless medical devices becoming so popular? Learn why the market is exploding and how to prepare for the influx of wireless devices to your hospital network.
- August 18, 2009
Implementing virtualized IT helped Emory Healthcare's IT department focus less on maintenance and hardware replacement and more on adopting new technology.
- July 23, 2009
Learn how a Michigan hospital used nurse scheduling software to reduce agency costs and give nurses more flexibility in scheduling their hours.