Electronic medical records and the industry's tech overhaul could cut costs.
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Telstra is aiming to provide telehealth services all over Australia via the NBN and its 4G network.
Fitbit may soon announce the Surge GPS watch and activity tracker with basic smartwatch functionality
Fitbit is well known for its daily life tracker devices and may soon get into the fitness market with the Surge. There are rumors it may also release a Force replacement tracker.
MedXT's cloud-based image sharing service will be integrated with the Box platform in order to produce content experiences targeting the healthcare industry.
Castlight's visibility into the actual benefit plan search terms among its customers is worth noting because it's just the beginning of a movement to use big data and analytics to improve healthcare costs and outcomes.
On the heels of Apple and Samsung, Facebook is plotting its first steps into the healthcare industry.
Pebble continues to be my favorite smartwatch. With this software update, users can now leave their activity tracker behind and reduce the number of items on their wrist.
The Healthkit initiative in iOS hasn't gone anywhere yet but your new iPhone is already tracking you.
TomTom regularly updates and improves their GPS Watch fitness devices and this week they released a major update with Android and iOS 8 support.
IBM suggests how eliminating noise in the patient ward -- while slightly eerie and unnerving -- could actually improve healthcare. But it can't be done without big data and the cloud.
For hearing-impaired patients beset by the extreme costs of hearing aids and unhelpful insurance companies, a new crop of small, highly sophisticated Bluetooth headsets might be a game changer.
The Australian Defence Force has rolled out a new e-health program for initially 25,000 members at over double the initial budget of AU$55 million.
Third-party apps won't be allowed on the App Store until later this month thanks to a newly-discovered bug.
Health informatics investment is part of Datacom's strategy to build niche capabilities in health, education, and local government.
A Canadian startup founded by medical professionals plans to offer personal health assessments based on wearable sensor data and public health data sets.