The University of Michigan has launched a precision health initiative drive discovery, treatment and implementation beginning with the opioid crisis.

In 10 years, hospitals will be outfitted with a centralized clinical command center, wearable sensors and interoperable medical records.

After lobbying Congress to insulate AI from regulatory oversight, IBM is continuing those efforts as the FDA prepares new guidance on CDS software.

A recent survey suggests ACOs ready to take on increased financial risk, but care delivery changes may dictate the pace of future development.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is exploring the use of blockchain to simplify information sharing about public health events.

More than one-fifth of investigations initiated by CMS program integrity contractors were due to leads generated by its $192 million data analytics program.

EHR timestamp data are useful tools to measure workflow and productivity. Digital health experts want patients to own their health information.

In an increasingly data-driven industry, two Harvard researchers say medical education hasn’t done enough to integrate analytics and data science.

UnitedHealth is involved in a pilot program with Lyft that aims to use technology to improve seniors’ lives.