Mobile

HIMSS acquires Health 2.0

HIMSS CEO Stephen Lieber said that buying Health 2.0 enables it to bring the HIMSS opportunity to early-stage developers and innovators. 

By Tom Sullivan 08:30 am April 19, 2017
CEO Stephen Lieber said the move will help speed the time for cutting-edge health IT products to reach the market. 
ClearDATA cloud services gets $12 million
By Bernie Monegain 12:34 pm April 18, 2017
The company will use the money to advance its security, regulatory and compliance functionality for healthcare customers.
EHR player NextGen eyes mobile tech with $34 million takeover of Entrada
By Bill Siwicki 11:49 am April 14, 2017
Company says it sees mobile health systems as some of the most valuable real estate in healthcare.  
By Heather Mack 01:18 pm March 27, 2017
Even though emergency room professionals are providing video visits, the AnywhereCare app is actually intended for non-emergency ailments such as sore throats and respiratory illnesses.
UC Davis telemedicine
By Heather Mack 10:58 am March 23, 2017
Rather than only looking at how the technology reduces costs and improves outcomes, researches focused on related time, transportation and environmental factors. 
IDC digital transformation
By Tom Sullivan 08:54 am March 22, 2017
The IT consultancy also said IoT will skyrocket to $1.3 trillion and predicted that wearables are poised to pick up steam again.
Medsphere EHR cloud
By Mike Miliard 10:49 am March 21, 2017
With a new acute-care deployment, in addition to cloud-based migration of its ChartLogic outpatient EHR, practice management and patient portal technology, "the future of healthcare IT is in cloud-based applications," says Medsphere's CEO.
GE Monica fetal monitor

Photo courtest of Monica Healthcare

By Jonah Comstock 12:40 pm March 20, 2017
GE will combine the Novii Wireless Patch System with its digital technologies to build out its offerings for care services and childbirth, an official says. 
HMS Holdings Eliza
By Heather Mack 07:19 am March 17, 2017
Startup’s cloud-based platform uses predictive analytics to determine the best way to reach patients. 
UC Riverside telemedicine Genentech

Clinicians at the University of California Riverside will use videoconferencing tools, such as Polycom RealPresence, to connect patients with a doctor. 

By Heather Mack 09:30 am March 15, 2017
With a grant from Genentech, UCR will use the program to determine whether it can effectively substitute in-person appointments with virtual visits for people with Multiple Sclerosis. 

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