As part of our ongoing coverage, this week we focus on a bunch of cloud and big data stories that, while not strictly healthcare-related, cover topics that virtually all health IT professionals will need to explore and implement.
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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.
One of the more interesting trends is the use of smartphones to stay healthy. We have two stories this week on the mobile smartphone health movement, plus health IT news the world over.
If scientists are able to come up with strategies for keeping the astronauts healthy, those same strategies may be applicable to us back on earth.
This week, we kick off our inaugural edition of ZDNet Health IT Roundup, a summary of all the health news covered by ZDNet's worldwide team of reporters and analysts. There's some fascinating reads inside, so click on in.
For both seasoned health practitioners and newbies born with smartphones in their hands, the challenge is to still provide a sense of humanity while augmenting productivity with electronics.
Astounding CT scan tech makes possible to scan the human body quickly, constructing Star Trek-like, 3D images of the inner workings of a living patient's body.
Customer service still matters in healthcare, because patients are customers, too.
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