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The Hyderabad-based startup provides healthcare alerts, such as for medication timings and prescription refills. Druxon is touting its SMS-based configurability and caretaker functionality that will allow individuals to configure dependents' alerts.
Small health care providers are more like your local store than you might think. That may be a surprise to you and me, but criminals are well aware that there's money to be made from small clinics and doctors' offices.
Patient status updates at A&E department, consolidated medical records between hospitals and clinics, and visitor self-registration kiosks--these are a few of ZDNet blogger Imelda Tan's favorite "things" at Singapore’s hospitals.
If Google Glass can help keep you from looking at your phone while driving, is that good? Or should you just learn a little bit of self-control while piloting a two-ton vehicle?
Telstra has picked up the health division of Database Consultants Australia to add to its burgeoning health unit.
Here's a short, to-the-point introduction to some key factors that can help you succeed in your EHR implementation.
The NFL is looking at the question of not only how to treat serious injuries,but also how to manage and track their long-term effects on players.
ZDNet Health IT Roundup: Fitness bands, Samsung working conditions, fast virtualization, and the Google crash
It's another week in Roundup-land, where I spotlight topics from around the world on ZDNet that health informatics and health IT professionals should find interesting. This week, it's all about keeping fit, managing working conditions, keeping kids safe, and IT technologies you should be watching and possibly integrating into your facilities and strategies.
There's a growing interest in fitness bands, and if you're thinking of buying one, the Fixya trouble-shooting website has produced a report on the main problems with the top brands
This app may be a boon to people who want kids but are anxious about being able to conceive.
IBM Is at work trying to build a chip inspired by the human brain. It's not science fiction, although in a world where Big Brother is either the NSA or Facebook (or Google or Amazon), having a Brainiac computer might be a little worrisome. Read on for that and some other health, cloud, and big data news from around ZDNet
The long-term goal is to build a chip with 10 billion neurons and a hundred trillion synapses -- all while only consuming roughly a kilowatt of power and taking up less than two liters in volume.
Ahmedabad-based Biosense offers Uchek, a smartphone-based urine monitoring system to help users detect health problems early and avert various medical complications.
Surgerica.com lets online users research a medical condition, and find credible and curated results on hospitals and healthcare information available in India, Singapore, and Thailand.
By vertical, Nuance rode its healthcare unit, which saw sales jump 29.1 percent from a year ago. On the mobile and consumer front, Nuance said non-GAAP sales fell 16.2 percent.