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Mobile health systems and devices News
April 05, 2019
Amazon launching HIPAA-compliant skills for Alexa in healthcare expands the realm of service that hospitals and other healthcare organizations can provide their customers at home.
December 20, 2018
Virtual care, AI and widespread adoption of the FHIR standard will be major trends in healthcare next year, according to Forrester.
December 18, 2018
Our top stories for 2018 are linked by one common and significant trend: The consumerization of healthcare continues to shake things up.
July 25, 2018
Blue Button 2.0 is a new healthcare API aimed at making sense of Medicare claims. Developed by the U.S. Digital Service at HHS, the API is in 500 developer hands so far.
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Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a subcategory of homecare telehealth that allows patients to use mobile medical devices or technology to gather patient-generated health data (PGHD) and send it to healthcare professionals. Continue Reading
There are seemingly endless possibilities for AI in healthcare, whether it's as a set of second eyes for radiologists or as a tool to improve patient engagement. Continue Reading
From Fitbits to virtual support, wellness enterprises are positioning AI as a useful tool. Using AI in fitness clubs and products can enhance user comfort and personalization. Continue Reading
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MDLIVE CMO Lyle Berkowitz talks about why health systems need to start introducing telemedicine -- now. Continue Reading
Allowing patients to check in electronically, whether from a kiosk or tablet, can improve the patient experience and reduce the workload for the front desk staff. Continue Reading
As the consumerization of healthcare continues, new products displayed at CES 2019 -- like the first wearable blood pressure cuff -- can be beneficial to providers and patients. Continue Reading
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Remote patient monitoring enables patients to be proactive about their health while providing their physicians or care teams with greater insight. Continue Reading
When discussing an IoT initiative with hospital leadership, be sure to focus on the value the technology can bring to the organization while also addressing potential concerns. Continue Reading
As healthcare executives begin to build their technology roadmaps, AI and advanced analytics, as well as continuing to focus on security, are essential components to include. Continue Reading
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As mobile devices become more common in healthcare, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the increased attack surface. Health IT must be diligent in protecting these endpoints. Continue Reading
When you plan to build a telehealth program, consider these five factors, based on the experience of one healthcare organization, before committing to technologies and vendors. Continue Reading
Mobile device use in healthcare has created new challenges for hospital IT. Using tools like mobile device management can help secure health data. Continue Reading