A human body passcode created via wireless data transmission using a smartphone fingerprint reader may provide stronger security for devices and wearables.
In a recent interview with FierceMobileHealthcare, Merck Manuals Editor Robert Porter shared his thoughts on mobile technology's future for patients and…
Health plans are using advanced analytics to improve physician engagement, performance and satisfaction in ACOs and risk-sharing contracts.
Health Care Service Corporation had a simple goal: Create a medication adherence program that is as unique as each individual.
In a new study, the Apple Watch proved more accurate than three other wristband heart rate monitoring devices, but less accurate than chest-band electrode…
Increased virtual communication among machines has revolutionized modern living, making every facet of our lives – including our healthcare – smarter and more…
The FDA has released a draft document focused on the requirements for clinical evaluation of software-as-a-medical devices.
While supply of mobile health apps is spiking, demand is plummeting and publishers are struggling to make money, a new report from Research2Guidance finds.
The University of Mississippi Medical Center's pilot program to remotely monitor diabetics has been so successful that it has expanded.
The potential of a mobile app to replace the traditional public health survey is the focus of a multidisciplinary research effort.
A new University of Arizona crowdsourcing app aims to detect and track, as well as prevent spread of the Zika virus.
An $1.23 million NIH grant will fund research around the development of wearables and sensors at the University of Massachusetts Amherst College of Nursing.