The Human Diagnosis Project might have the newfound support of the American Medical Association, but physicians are slightly more skeptical.
A revision of draft guidelines issued by NIST includes a new focus on IoT devices that have flooded industries like healthcare.
Physicians using technology to supplement in-person care may not be seeing the benefits they expect.
Legal experts wonder whether the FDA's new digital precertification program can provide the evidence necessary to attract users to new technology.
Telemedicine could mitigate the high costs associated with women who see abortion follow-up care at an ER rather than travel long distances to their provider.
Some analytics companies are more prepared than others to take on the shift to broader data integration that offers more robust real-time analysis.
AHRQ is soliciting research on ways technology affects diabetes care as part of a broad look at mobile approaches to the high-cost chronic condition.
As the new CIO of Stanford Health Care, Eric Yablonka intends to focus on predictive analytics and tap into innovative partnerships.
Senior executives at Apple and Aetna have reportedly discussed plans to make the Apple Watch available to the insurer’s 23 million members.
Sixty percent of consumers are interested in virtual medical care, according to a new survey, especially following a hospital stay.