Medical Devices

By Mike Miliard 02:39 pm December 19, 2019
The companies say the partnership will offer hospitals more in-depth visibility, with continuous monitoring of network activity to create a detailed inventory of connected devices. 
By Nathan Eddy 02:53 pm December 18, 2019
BioLabs@NYU Langone, billed as the largest of its kind in New York City, will house more than 35 early-stage biotechnology and life sciences companies and 160 scientists and staff.
By Mike Miliard 10:37 am December 18, 2019
Florida tops the list with the most across general, children's, rural and teaching hospitals – followed by California, Michigan and Virginia.

(photo: christianacare.org)

By Mike Miliard 03:13 pm December 16, 2019
The Delaware health system and the device maker will collaborate on a series of tech-focused value-based care initiatives to boost patient outcomes and safety while lowering costs.
By Laura Lovett 04:01 pm December 02, 2019
The new HIPAA-compliant tool will be able to capture physician dictation or doctor-patient conversations.
Fitbit products
By Laura Lovett 02:54 pm November 21, 2019
MobiHealthNews sat down with Amy McDonough, SVP and general manager of Fitbit Health Solutions, prior to the news that Google was set to acquire Fitbit.
By Benjamin Harris 11:27 am November 21, 2019
Developing tools to separate and automatically control Internet of Things traffic is one important way to safeguard medical device security.
How provider organizations can prepare cybersecurity incident response and recovery

Richard Staynings, chief security strategist at Cylera, speaking at a past HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum.

By Bill Siwicki 12:34 pm November 14, 2019
Two healthcare cybersecurity experts who will be speaking at the upcoming HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum offer comprehensive advice on everything from breach containment to security operations centers.
By Nathan Eddy 11:03 am November 01, 2019
Data from the accelerometers allowed researchers to correctly rank the mortality risk using 30-40 percent more accuracy than when using data about smoking status or a patient's stroke or cancer history.
By Laura Lovett 09:53 am November 01, 2019
According to Google's blog post announcing the acquisition, we can expect to see more "Made by Google" wearables alongside Fitbit devices running Wear OS.