12:00 pm January 10, 2017
Liquid biopsies, opioid addiction biosensors and AI top ECRI's annual list of technologies that will transform the healthcare industry in the year ahead.
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.
01:53 pm January 09, 2017
The outgoing national coordinator discusses interoperability, the promise of innovation and how he used a Palm Pilot to be a better clinician at the point of care.
10:06 am January 09, 2017
IBM will integrate its cognitive computing platform Watson for Genomics with biotech company Illumina's tumor sequencing technology. Executives announced what they called a "groundbreaking partnership" Jan. 9 at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco.
11:56 am January 05, 2017
From health policy to cybersecurity, better interoperability to more usable EHRs – a long list of hopes for the year ahead.
Mayo Clinic teams up with Groupon founder's machine learning startup Tempus to personalize cancer treatment
07:01 am January 05, 2017
Mayo will deploy the Tempus “operating system to battle cancer,” to apply analytics that can be used for improving patients’ quality of life and survival rates.
10:30 am January 03, 2017
Doctors at the health network used St. Jude Medical’s EnSite Precision system to map structures and electrical current of a heart to treat abnormal heartbeats.
09:23 am December 28, 2016
Our rundown of all things precision medicine that attendees can expect to find at this year’s annual conference, including an all-day precision medicine symposium, education sessions and expert speakers.
10:12 am December 22, 2016
The new Lymph2Cx test can accurately diagnose non-Hodgkins lymphoma and help determine treatment regimens in ways that Mayo Clinic doctors said have the potential to transform patient care.
01:57 pm December 20, 2016
Precision medicine is promising, but integrating genomics with EHRs and workflow poses challenges. The technology for testing is the easy part. Putting the results into a usable format for clinicians can be more problematic, says Inova's John Deeken, MD.