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HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Pop Health Forum in Chicago Oct. 2.

By Tom Sullivan 09:53 am October 09, 2017
The potential to harness this data to both make people healthier and help hospitals and payers save money is enormous.
digital cognitive therapeutics

A screensnap of the app.

By Bill Siwicki 02:30 pm October 06, 2017
BrainCheck’s digital therapeutics products now will be fully integrated into Rx.Health’s RxUniverse digital medicine prescribing platform.
medical device security
By Bill Siwicki 11:03 am October 05, 2017
Segmented networks, authorization protocols, device behavior are a few strategies that execs should adopt today.
Pop Health Forum Amy Schwartz

Amy Schwartz, Human Centric Design Thought Leader at Battelle, speaking at the Pop Health Forum in Chicago on Tuesday.

By Tom Sullivan 09:16 am October 04, 2017
Set the bar high: Don’t be afraid to steal ideas that delight people and make them want to use the technology.
mobile health
By Bill Siwicki 10:32 am October 02, 2017
Clinicians need new skills as more patients carry their own health information into appointments.
Black Book's 50 disruptive health IT companies
By Tom Sullivan 11:33 am September 29, 2017
Hospitals and payers voted on their favorite innovators - athenahealth, Salesforce, M*Modal and more - based on client experience metrics.
By Jonah Comstock 02:03 pm September 27, 2017
Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb named nine groups from tech, device manufacturers for the program at the AdvaMed MedTech Conference on Tuesday.
mobile charge communication

A screen snap from a tutorial for pMD Charge Capture. Photo via YouTube

By Bill Siwicki 02:10 pm September 26, 2017
The cardiovascular membership organization is boosting the medical mobile software company’s platform.
mobile technology for healthcare

A screen snap of the Patient Touch messaging system. Photo via PatientSafe 

By Bernie Monegain 01:32 pm September 25, 2017
Company’s PatientTouch platform brings together clinical communications with critical workflows in a single application.
Smartphones for managing depression

A report in World Psychiatry, the journal of the World Psychiatric Association, found that smartphone apps can help people with milder symptoms.

By Tom Sullivan 10:47 am September 25, 2017
Apps can help certain patients but there are considerations doctors and hospitals should understand from the onset, research suggests.

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