Electronic medical records and the industry's tech overhaul could cut costs.
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Portable computers, tablets, and smartphones are damaging the health of most of the people who use them for extended periods of work, and we could be in for an epidemic of 'iPad neck'. However, there are ways to reduce the risk.
Surgical devices, ventilators, defibrillators, and monitors are among the equipment at risk.
The company said that the $2 billion spread over five years will focus on asset management, hospital operations, clinical effectiveness and patient care.
Despite needing to double the number of users signed up for e-health records, the Australian Department of Health and Ageing is confident that it'll get close to 500,000 users signed up by the end of this month.
Your smartphone can help you to understand more about your body by recording dynamic data from various smartphone-enabled health sensors.
I always have some mobile gear with me and over the last couple of years this technology has helped motivate me to live a healthier lifestyle.
Fancy the whole "quantified self" thing? You've got 1.5GB of data in your own DNA that might be worth adding to the quantification mix. I did, and it was totally worth it...
Doctor's were able to print a special custom airway for a 20-month-old baby and save his life.
This month's roundup includes cheating, sexting, and even 'sexy mobile health' apps.
The gamification of diet and exercise has already started — as has the sharing of health information voluntarily. Just wait until the health care discounts kick in.
NASA wants a prototype printer that can make a 3D edible pizza, kind of like a real-life food replicator.
IBM and the National E-Health Transition Authority have settled a dispute over the termination of a key AU$24 million contract.
Government hopes to introduce telemedicine and turn these zones into testbeds for new health services, so as to attract more foreign investors into the country.
Denise Amrich, ZDNet's resident RN, takes us on a visual tour of the medical conditions affecting the vocal cords of Google CEO Larry Page, the voice of Google.
Here we go again. Yet another hospital loses confidential patient information due to carelessness.