Messaging app services could be a game-changer for physicians, especially ones that offer strong security and data privacy features.
Fitness device maker Fitbit didn’t steal any trade secrets from competitor Jawbone, according to a U.S. International Trade Commission court ruling.
How to complete clinical reviews within prompt pay guidelines
Nashville has the makings of a national hub for health IT, but needs to address several challenges for that to happen, according to a new report.
In a rebel-held town in Syria cut off from humanitarian aid, smartphones and apps are lifelines for the two medical workers trying to help its residents.
Can Pokémon Go use translate into actual health benefits? Perhaps, say researchers.
In a new column in The Lancet, Eric Topol foresees how continuous monitoring wearables and smartphone apps for analysis can improve treatment of high blood…
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…
Allegheny Health Network is just getting started when it comes to building a mature IT infrastructure, says CMIO Robert White.
Virtual clinics and care options, which offer providers the ability to remotely treat patients and coordinate care with other facilities, are on the rise.