What is happening is similar to what Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters did in the finance space.
Covering all areas of medical technology, and the public policies under which they're paid for. From networked systems and electronic medical records to gadgets, breakthroughs, and research.
The Health Internet is coming on fast. Two open source projects are creating the standards industry will follow and the resulting change may be as sudden as the Web being spun.
The folks at the the UN Foundation's mHealth Alliance are thrilled at what is happening at their annual meeting this week in Washington, D.C.
If we can get all doctors using checklists, all doctors working as teammates with nurses and other staff, then accepting the aid of software becomes a lower hurdle.
Secure, reliable messaging on HL7, under open source, will give the medical software field a common language
The folks at Zynx may be saints, anxious only to protect their own software algorithms, but what if the company should fail?
AT&T would seem perfectly positioned to be a health ISP but whether it will play fair in the market remains to be seen.
If you're in the medical field you are a merchant, and you need a merchant's data security.
Microsoft is not the first U.S. software company to make a deal for China.
How can smartphone technology do its wonders for medicine if lawyers obsessed with privacy are standing in the way?