Fitness device maker Fitbit didn’t steal any trade secrets from competitor Jawbone, according to a U.S. International Trade Commission court ruling.
Nashville has the makings of a national hub for health IT, but needs to address several challenges for that to happen, according to a new report.
How to complete clinical reviews within prompt pay guidelines
In a rebel-held town in Syria cut off from humanitarian aid, smartphones and apps are lifelines for the two medical workers trying to help its residents.
Can Pokémon Go use translate into actual health benefits? Perhaps, say researchers.
Mount Sinai medical school’s new Center for Computational and Systems Pathology will combine advanced technology, computer science and mathematical techniques…
It's concerning enough that the developers of an EHR are also the hospital's leaders; but are they really using the facility as a testing ground to…
WikiLeaks' giant data dumps have exposed personal health information and other sensitive data, according to an analysis by the Associated Press.
Despite differences in health IT use, researchers say a multicountry effort to collect benchmark measures of adoption can deliver actionable insights.
Open enrollment creates a cybersecurity threat for insurers taking in large amounts of new information.
Lawsuits by former hospital employees claim that use of a 'flawed' EHR was tied to executive board members' financial stakes in the system.