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 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…

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.