Debate in a series of meetings between Aetna and Apple centered on protecting patient data and the cost of the project.

In July, outside hacks surpassed insider breaches. But one Massachusetts case that took 14 years to crack came from inside the hospital.

The Human Diagnosis Project might have the newfound support of the American Medical Association, but physicians are slightly more skeptical.

In the wake of two global cyberattacks, the CIO of Penn Medicine is calling for more federal support in the form of criminal investigations.

Physicians using technology to supplement in-person care may not be seeing the benefits they expect.

Legal experts wonder whether the FDA's new digital precertification program can provide the evidence necessary to attract users to new technology.

Researchers at the University of Chicago will build a cloud-based software system to help curate pediatric cancer data.

Telemedicine could mitigate the high costs associated with women who see abortion follow-up care at an ER rather than travel long distances to their provider.