Electronic medical records and the industry's tech overhaul could cut costs.
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Hewlett-Packard's board of directors now stands at 11 people, including CEO Meg Whitman and venture capital titan Marc Andreessen.
The company's announcement of its healthcare offering in India, which leverages the offerings of both its acquisitions Nanthealth and QNX, could transform the healthcare landscape in the country, and perhaps even the world
Garmin recently rolled out updates to its low and mid-range line of fitness watches. One integrates life tracking while the other adds smartphone connectivity.
Chest strap heart rate monitors are uncomfortable and tend to move around. The Mio Link is comfortable and effective.
New service aims to lower costs and provide better treatment for sufferers of chronic conditions, which account for more than three-quarters of US healthcare spending.
Former Australian Medical Association president Dr Steve Hambleton will chair the National E-Health Transition Authority after co-authoring a report calling for the organisation to be dissolved.
Pebble and Jawbone have open platforms for development and today's announcements show they are both making efforts to compete in the wearable market.
HC1 CEO Brad Bostic says Healthcare Relationship Management can eliminate the communication and information management disconnects between healthcare organizations.
Don't expect Apple to come out with a FitBit of its own anytime soon. The iPhone maker is focusing on health from the inside of iOS.
Homesick Snowden, be careful if Iran friends you, healthcare cybersecurity will make you ill [Government IT Week]
Well, it looks like celebrity fugitive Edward Snowden wants to come home to the US. I say yes: we'll be glad to provide some public housing. In other news, Iran is using social networking to spy (thereby joining your teenager), TrueCrypt quits, and to no one's surprise, healthcare cybersecurity is sickeningly bad.
The chief strategy officer of Samsung Electronics defined the intersection of health and tech as the single greatest opportunity of our generation.
Consumers haven't yet decided that wearables are a necessity so companies are actively working to gain market share. Pebble launched as a Kickstarter project and is currently beating the major brands.
A report on Australia's personally-controlled e-health record rollout has recommended that patients be signed up to the electronic system by default.
Samsung greatly improved upon their Galaxy Gear with these two new wearable products. However, sleek designs and solid functionality still doesn't mean overwhelming popularity for this evolving area of the mobile world.