09:02 am August 11, 2015
Alphabet, the new parent company for Google's many boundary-pushing projects, will be home to much of the search giant's work in the healthcare realm, such as glucose-sensing contact lenses.
09:34 am August 07, 2015
The American Academy of Family Physicians has entered into an agreement with HealthFusion to offer HealthFusion's software to its 120,900 family physician members.
03:27 pm August 05, 2015
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday revealed that it is working to build a software platform for precision medicine and an informatics community around it.
07:40 am July 30, 2015
CVS Health, with 7,800 pharmacies and more than 1,000 medical clinics, and Watson, IBM's cognitive computing platform, are joining forces on a project that aims to tackle chronic conditions before they even take hold.
08:03 am July 29, 2015
The software giant's strategy is to consolidate into "One Windows" across all devices. But that's not going to happen right away. We take a look at how things will roll out and what it means to IT shops.
09:43 am July 24, 2015
NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the top academic medical centers in the country, will use athenathealth's cloud-based models for clinical integration, care coordination and population health management.
07:51 am July 15, 2015
Despite all the promise predictive and prescriptive analytics hold for population health management, there are obstacles healthcare organizations will have to overcome when it comes to big data.
08:01 am July 14, 2015
Healthcare organizations can use the new platform’s functions for archiving, encryption, auditing and event monitoring -- all in the cloud.
10:57 am June 23, 2015
For those healthcare providers still resistant to technology, listen up: You're going to be left behind. From the "platform revolution" to the "Internet of me," a new Accenture report sees IT fundamentally reshaping the industry in the years ahead.
08:40 am June 04, 2015
When it comes to providing the right care to the right patient in record time, the nation's policymakers, researchers, doctors and nurses seem on the verge of critical mass, or what author Malcolm Gladwell would call "the tipping point."