Electronic medical records and the industry's tech overhaul could cut costs.
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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.
Wearables are the talk of the town, but they have to be inexpensive and functional to get people to start using them. It looks like Misfit may have a perfect product with the Flash.
A Canadian startup founded by medical professionals plans to offer personal health assessments based on wearable sensor data and public health data sets.
Apple has said it will protect personal information collected through Health apps and the Apple Watch, but regulators in the US want to know how it will monitor and enforce privacy policies.
Apple's HealthKit technology will help medical and hospital staff track blood pressure and other vital signs using iPhones and iPads.
Cognizant has agreed to acquire TriZetto for $2.7 billion in order to capitalize on the shifting healthcare environment and the need for healthcare software and solutions.
Lift Labs has developed a high-tech spoon to replace frustration with fun for those who combat tremors and find eating a difficult experience -- and Google wants in.
Jawbone is providing UP24 owners with a major firmware update while also reportedly opening up their API to more hardware opportunities.
The fitness and sleep tracker has launched a developer toolkit for the wearable devices, as well as a swathe of new partnerships.
Changi General Hospital launches the country's first tele-heath initiative for heart failure patients, providing them with devices to monitor their health and remotely send the data to healthcare service providers.
Soon, our wearables could change health care – but perhaps not in the way you expect.
IBM suggested that the analytics could result in differences pertaining to anything from "semiconductor designs to cancer therapies."