Hospitals are increasingly questioning their ability to keep mobile devices and patient data secure as cyberthreats evolve, a new survey finds.

The Regenstrief Center for Biomedical Informatics is pilot testing a new method to compile electronic health care information from different sources, according…

Virtual clinics and care options, which offer providers the ability to remotely treat patients and coordinate care with other facilities, are on the rise.

A “microblog” of conversations about patient care can be an effective way to get team members all on the same page, but suffers the same limitation of many…

Healthcare and fitness app developers are lagging when it comes to providing users a privacy policy and quick access to such information.

Connected devices and mobile tools could lead to a new treatment path for asthma sufferers in the U.K., according to a new report.

FierceMobileHealthcare reached out to attorney Bradley Merrill Thompson, of Epstein, Becker, & Green, for his analysis of the FDA's draft updated…

Successful BYOD deployments for healthcare providers require a strategy that identifies possible issues, as well as potential return-on-investment.

How, and whether, to reimburse for use of digital health tools is complicated, says attorney Dale Van Demark, who breaks down some pros and cons.