The iPad, iPhone, and much-rumored iWatch are all part of Apple's plan to sell health and fitness monitoring tools and services to consumers and healthcare providers.
NICs, PUFs, PICs and NUFs--these funny-sounding acronyms hold some truths about the psychological reasons that people react so strongly to the healthcare reform debate.
President Obama's stimulus package is putting aside roughly $21 billion for healthcare technology and the development of electronic health records (EHRs). At this point when we say "billion" or even "trillion" it doesn't have much of an effect. So let's t
While the rest of the developed world looks at the controversy over healthcare reform in the US with a mix of embarrassment and disbelief, Americans have experienced a raging debate this summer that was to a large part driven by word-of-mouth online.
Is Misys open source? Where?
The open-source movement may offer some clues as to how to solve the apparently intractable mess that is the U.S. healthcare records system.
Word has it that Oscar Salazar has been working to create a startup for the "1 percent" that will send doctors on home visits.
Obama administration reportedly asking Google, Oracle, and Red Hat for help fixing the problematic yet high-profile health care Web site.
Health apps and gadgets are becoming more popular, but a lack of quality keeps them from being useful in medicine.
As the deadline for signing up for the Affordable Care Act nears, the White House asks advice from CEOs and other executives from Apple, Twitter, Google, Facebook, and more.