Electronic medical records and the industry's tech overhaul could cut costs.
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Developer Ben Simo raises a number of security concerns about healthcare.gov, the Federal health care exchange site. In particular, he describes serious privacy problems in violation of the site's own policy.
Victoria's statewide healthcare IT system has failed to achieve its goals, and has been criticised for putting patients at potential risk by administering wrong medications or incorrect doses.
This week's Melbourne Knowledge Week celebrations expected to drive newcomers to ThoughtWorks' Weekly Hack Nights for Humanity, whose developers have half finished a module for expanding the globally used OpenMRS e-health system.
With a strong footprint in both infrastructure and video technologies, Carousel Industries is uniquely poised to help plan and deliver telemedicine platforms and services.
In this article, we're going to give you a few tips and one golden rule that should help you understand how to handle this sensitive issue.
Apparently, the government doesn't realize that the more programmers you add to a project, the later it gets. Healthcare.gov is getting a "tech surge," like more fingers will fix this disaster.
The web-based, federally-run insurance exchanges went online on October 1, but they have been beset with problems.
The wearable tech industry is booming and GPS watches are a large part of that growth. People enjoy tracking statistics of their workouts and sharing that data, TomTom allows you the most flexibility on where that data gets shared.
Healthcare.gov hasn't seen the greatest start. Now the Obama administration is bringing in an elite team of technical experts to crush some of the site's biggest bugs.
Tasmania's eHealth infrastructure is beginning to show its age and needs to be replaced with an open standards system.
Insurance companies tell the Wall Street Journal that they are receiving erroneous application data from the troubled healthcare.gov site.
Nike revealed a new Fuelband life tracker while Adidas joined the competition with Garmin, TomTom, Suunto, and others for space on the avid runner's wrist.
The healthcare market will rise quickly from the US$381.3 million size in 2012, mainly due to fast adoption of technology, according to Frost & Sullivan.
A virtual assistant for chronic disease management? "I suppose it's possible," Siri might say.
Deepak Chopra says well being, technology and business are going to be mashed up going forward.