Center for Connected Health

By Michelle Ronan Noteboom 10:57 am September 18, 2015
In health IT, the lingo is continuously evolving and stakeholders don't necessarily agree on a single definition for each term. Sometimes these new terms even just describe older concepts. Little wonder, our columnist writes, that providers sometimes feel in the dark.
By Eric Wicklund 05:24 pm April 08, 2015
At HIMSS15, Joe Kvedar, MD, will share a status update on connected health. Hint: Despite the exuberance around wearables, some providers are taking notice of what they can accomplish with the data.
By Eric Wicklund 12:02 am December 10, 2014
Despite what seems to be some sustainable momentum beyond the initial rush of excitement, worries remain about Apple's HealthKit platform -- with security concerns and its potential to flood doctors with unnecessary data topping the list. Could the latest big thing eventually go the way of Google Health?
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD
By Eric Wicklund 11:03 am October 17, 2014
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, is the founder and director of the Center for Connected Health, a division of Partners HealthCare in Boston, talks with mHealth News Editor Eric Wicklund about the progress made in mobile health technology, and the challenges remaining.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 11:12 am September 30, 2014
Apple has been making headlines again, which is not unusual for a company that sets trends and moves markets.
By Eric Wicklund 10:29 am May 22, 2014
Making telemedicine work is often no easy process, but officials from Boston-based Partners HealthCare, a longtime leader in connected health, believe they've done it. So what's their secret?
Business intelligence
By Mike Moran 09:28 am March 31, 2014
Healthcare IT is very good at collecting data, but are we using it to make good decisions?
Partners HealthCare at Home has already demonstrated positive results
By Bernie Monegain 06:58 am February 11, 2014
With an eye on reducing hospital readmissions and boosting patient care coordination, Partners HealthCare at Home, a division of Partner's HealthCare in Boston, is rolling out new remote monitoring technology.
Telehealth adoption is significantly higher in rural areas.
By Erin McCann 07:53 am February 04, 2014
Some 42 percent of U.S. hospitals have adopted telehealth platforms and are using the technology to treat patients, with several factors affecting market changes, according to new report findings.
Joshua Rednik, president & CEO, Diabetes Research Institute
By Fiona Jensen 12:55 pm December 13, 2013
Among this week's people on the move, HCI welcomes two new vice presidents, and Alere gains a board member.

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