Eric Wicklund is the Editor of mHealthNews. He covers all clinical and nonclinical mobile healthcare news.
By Eric Wicklund 09:32 am October 09, 2015
The field test and portable medical kits could soon be deployed in hotspots and remote locations around the globe.
By Eric Wicklund 08:06 am October 08, 2015
The University of California-San Francisco is using tools, such as Windows tablets with Oneview software, to bridge communication gaps and empower patients as full partners in their care.
By Eric Wicklund 11:04 am October 06, 2015
HIPAA was passed before smartphones, tablets and many of today's medical devices were commonplace and, according to one industry association representing app developers, the law has since become more barrier than boon to information access.
By Eric Wicklund 10:15 am October 06, 2015
Brian Krebs said that executives are falling short of keeping their enterprises apprised of threats, while criminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Krebs shared five techniques for battling back.
By Eric Wicklund 08:07 am October 05, 2015
As much as the discussion about patient engagement relates to how tricky it is for doctors, just imagine what it feels like for the patients.
By Eric Wicklund 08:06 am September 30, 2015
The trick is in helping people make their own decisions without being overly prescriptive.
By Eric Wicklund 01:27 pm September 18, 2015
The latest mHealth innovation may also be the most cuddly.
By Eric Wicklund 10:36 am September 15, 2015
Will Apple's new iPad design, meant to be the new "PC replacement" appeal to the healthcare crowd? The jury is still out.
By Eric Wicklund 10:31 am September 10, 2015
Big Blue continues building on its supercomputer with tools that with Apple, pilot projects and new deals to advance the platform for entrepreneurs and healthcare providers.
By Eric Wicklund 10:08 am September 10, 2015
Kyra Bobinet, MD, says a doctor can look at all the vital signs, test results, images and assorted assorted other EMR data and still have no idea how to treat a patient. "That's not real life," she says. "That's not how to care for people."