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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.
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IBM suggested that the analytics could result in differences pertaining to anything from "semiconductor designs to cancer therapies."
Mobile technology has evolved at a rapid rate, and it’s not slowing down. These things are the five best in the genre today. In addition to these five, there is a bonus technology included that may surprise you.
A Forrester report has highlighted that CIOs need to drive a collaborative approach to their digital strategy.
The project marks a much more specific use case of employing wearables and big data for the healthcare industry.
Whoever heard of a pure IT project that cost a billion dollars to build (so far)? A GAO investigation goes deep into just how bad the process of building HealthCare.gov was.
Despite regulatory hurdles, the tech giant is preparing to rollout the HealthKit system ahead of the iOS 8 launch.
The FCC didn't provide an estimate as to how many lives have been saved by the extra resource, but the agency did highlight the potential and benefits for consumers who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disabled.
Runners spend hours on the road and with the new Timex Ironman One GPS+ they will now be able to enhance their safety via wireless messaging and other tracking functions.
The proof-of-concept platform uses software from Royal Philips and Accenture connected to Emotiv Insight Brainware, a wearable EEG brainwave tracking device, to give ALS patients more control.
A Queensland-developed molecular computer could be used to help identify viruses in the future.
Healthdirect Australia has transformed its entire back-end architecture on the basis that software applications will play a crucial role in how it delivers clinical information to the public.
Hewlett-Packard's board of directors now stands at 11 people, including CEO Meg Whitman and venture capital titan Marc Andreessen.
Doctors at Mt. Sinai Medical Center think so. They plan to issue these "smart cards" to thousands of patients next year.
Patients can attach a patch to their arm, and it will wirelessly transmit blood pressure readings.
The planned Bank of America headquarters will use "promote the health and productivity of tenants, reduce waste and assure environmental sustainability."
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