The ban on clinician use of messaging and text tools is back on as federal agencies want more time to develop more guidance to ensure safe deployment of…
In a 37,000-square-foot warehouse near Oakland, California, Kaiser Permanente is trying to re-imagine healthcare of the future and technology’s role in it.
The feds have settled with hundreds of hospitals over formulas for counting low-income Medicare patients.
Thread, traditionally used in apparel creation, could one day become a biological network collecting, housing and sharing healthcare data thanks to three-…
Caregivers for military veterans prefer mobile health apps that give them access to their loved one's healthcare record and allow them to do tasks like…
Three pharmaceutical companies are racing to develop inhalers with sensor monitoring capabilities that could help patients maximize medication use.
The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $36 million to increase information sharing through 50 health center controlled networks.
Arkansas and Texas, two states with the “most dated regulatory regimes” for telemedicine, have moved toward modernizing their regulations.
The VA and CVS represent the two entities that have received the most HIPAA complaints resulting in corrective-action plans or technical assistance from HHS.
California is on a mission to collect data on cancer from patients around the state in real time.