A new survey shows providers see the value in patient engagement tools, but don't know which ones to use.

New technology could transform the way we care for the elderly. But one nagging question remains: Will patients use it?

The Joint Commission's ban on doctors using text messages to order treatments will stay in place for the time being, the organization announced.

Most physicians said they’re deluged with what they think is useless data. But most of their tech-savvy patients want them to have more of it.

What happens when an online telehealth platform creates a barrier to fulfilling legal and ethical obligations?

This year brought a deluge of mobile healthcare technology news, from research findings to regulatory changes to new payer and provider tools.  

Payers and providers have been intent on engaging patients and members, using high-tech and high-touch methods (and sometimes a little of each).

Telehealth without ancillary diagnostic services and in-person follow-up may not be enough to achieve equity in access in underserved communities—but you can…