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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.
June 19, 2018
Clinicians and groups like AARP view in-home digital technology as the future of healthcare and are studying different technologies to assist patients in the home.
May 08, 2018
Google is moving quickly into healthcare, forging alliances with Fitbit and selling AI services to smaller health IT vendors. Meanwhile, Fitbit is expanding into healthcare.
January 12, 2018
In an effort to help consumers make informed health decisions, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) renewed its commitment to digital health technology in its 2018 strategic policy roadmap. The ...
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Despite some wariness from healthcare providers, there are seemingly limitless uses for AI in healthcare, whether it's in a patient's home, the scanner room or the EHR. Continue Reading
More consumers are using their mobile devices to access their medical records, but there are concerns about the security and privacy of health data stored on these devices. Continue Reading
In this podcast, a medical expert talks about how physicians can avoid diagnostic errors -- a top threat to patient safety -- by using AI-based clinical decision support software. Continue Reading
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The trend of providing patients with clinical services through a mobile healthcare app is here to stay and will continue to grow in use, experts say. Continue Reading
Spectrum Health's medical services app, called MedNow, has helped lower patient costs and decrease ER visits, MedNow senior director Joseph Brennan says. Continue Reading
Boston Medical Center is trialing a virtual discharge nurse to help reduce 30-day readmissions. The software is proving beneficial for both patients and nurses. Continue Reading
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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
In this video, two experts discuss how the lack of interoperability is affecting the success of telehealth programs. Continue Reading
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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
Mobile health services should be focused on the consumer experience. One CIO discusses this and what his healthcare organization is doing in the mobile space. Continue Reading