Technology giants like IBM, GE and Google that are investing in AI for healthcare will need to overcome a fundamental industry flaw: access to data.
New research shows smart pill bottles may not be the cure for medication adherence, but researchers are still holding out hope that new technology can make an…
Geneia has achieved NCQA eMeasure CertificationSM for important preventive care measures, which improves HEDIS® and Medicare Star reporting for payers and…
As hospitals search for effective digital health solutions, some providers are finding success with mobile apps that target chronic conditions.
Stanford researchers are looking at ways the Apple Watch can improve health outcomes for patients recovering from a stroke or managing behavioral health issues.
Just like different shoes serve different purposes, hospitals should use different social media channels to reach different audiences.
Pagers are still a popular communication tool in hospitals, but a new study shows texting via pager raises concerns about clarity and urgency.
UVA Health System is using telehealth in the ambulance to reduce the time it takes to get stroke victims necessary treatment.
As data becomes a central feature of healthcare, clinicians need more training to manage and analyze new data sources, according to a new report.
As director of BJC HealthCare's innovation lab, Thomas Maddox, M.D., wants to find out how tools and data can improve care processes.
Hospitals are interested in using Amazon’s voice recognition software to improve clinical care, but privacy laws and limited engagement are holding them back.