Patient Engagement

Connected Health Experience HIMSS17
By Chris Nerney 08:02 am January 16, 2017
The show floor exhibit will focus on IoT, telemedicine, remote patient monitoring and next generation technologies. 
ONC FHIR app challenges
By Jack McCarthy 07:35 am January 16, 2017
National coordinator Vindell Washington said the apps are indicative of the progress and innovation that is possible on top of a digital health architecture. 
Big data genomics fitness
By Patty Mechael 07:03 am January 13, 2017
Big data in healthcare has been seized on by major vendors and large health systems, particularly with incentives related to population health. In what ways does this movement support patients? Big data and analytics serve patients and people more broadly in several ways.
patient advocates
By John Andrews 07:02 am January 10, 2017
Kristina Sheridan is among the growing legion of caregivers who have come to believe that involving input from patients and their families can be a game-changer when it comes to diagnosis and treatment. 
By Bernie Monegain 03:20 pm January 09, 2017
Among the contenders are a digital addiction wellness platform and an AI startup using cutting-edge machine learning to help hospitals achieve better patient outcomes.
HIMSS17 Social Media Ambassador
By Tom Sullivan 07:09 am January 09, 2017
The curator of the innonurse site discusses what’s top of mind for her social media followers, her musical talents and all the places she has lived. 
healthcare digital divide
By Bernie Monegain 09:34 am January 04, 2017
The firm also found that tech illiteracy is the next roadblock to achieving population health success.
UnitedHealthcare Qualcomm Fitbit

Photo: Global Panorama via Flickr. 

By Jack McCarthy 07:01 am January 04, 2017
The companies are expanding the UnitedHealthcare Motion initiative to include the Fitbit Charge 2 validated for Qualcomm’s 2net platform. 
By Healthcare IT News 02:57 pm January 03, 2017
Session ideas should focus on the cornerstones of population health: data and analytics, care coordination, patient engagement and experience and reimbursement.

Indiana Biosciences Research Institute CEO David Broecker

By Bernie Monegain 11:14 am December 27, 2016
The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute has unveiled a new effort to understand how type 2 diabetes varies from patient to patient. With access to data on more than 800,000 diabetics, researchers see it as a big step toward new treatments and improved diagnostic tools.

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