Connected Health

By Jessica Davis 02:29 pm April 27, 2017
The note sharing platform won the Health Data Liberator Award at Health Datapalooza for its innovative approach to data sharing.
By Bernie Monegain 02:10 pm April 24, 2017
For starters, secure C-suite support: It's not enough to listen to employees and departments when planning mHealth initiatives, IBM says.
Healthgrades debuts chat platform to link patients, doctors between visits

The CareChats app.

By Bill Siwicki 11:50 am April 21, 2017
CareChats enables conversations with patients about their condition management, provides encouragement and education, and sets health goals.
Clinical Sensors lands $1.5 million in NIH grants for sepsis work

Clinical Sensors CEO Philippe Chemla.

By Bernie Monegain 10:57 am April 21, 2017
Startup is developing device to measure nitric oxide level in seconds.
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. 
Mobile EHR Drchrono
By Jonah Comstock 12:26 pm April 10, 2017
drchrono was one of the first companies to offer an EHR that ran on mobile devices natively.
Hackers target hospitals bitcoin anonymous
By Tom Sullivan 03:16 pm April 06, 2017
With Bitcoin allowing attackers to stay anonymous, and a bulls-eye painted over the industry, time to get prepared is running out, group says.
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.
Ivenix infusion pump
By Bernie Monegain 09:47 am March 21, 2017
CEO Stuart Randle said the startup will use its first round of funding to enhance its technology platform and work toward FDA clearance.
IDC hospitals digital transformation
By Jack McCarthy 10:11 am March 09, 2017
While only 10 percent of healthcare providers and payers are currently working to digitize themselves, the analyst house estimates a big surge in the months ahead. 

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