Mobile

By Tom Sullivan 02:03 pm April 15, 2019
Consumer-facing technologies outpaced digital health tools built for practices in the first quarter of this year.
AI-powered voice note taking saves OrthoAtlanta an hour per physician per day
By Bill Siwicki 01:17 pm April 12, 2019
Since deploying speech recognition and integrating it with its athenahealth EHR, the group practice has seen the average note completion time drop from 4.8 minutes to 1.6 minutes per note.
By Tom Sullivan 10:04 am April 12, 2019
The system worked with a patient design team and turned the metrics of success upside down, for starters.
Apple Health Records iPhone
By Nathan Eddy 10:11 am April 11, 2019
The iPhone app enables patients to access data about medications, immunizations, labs and receive notifications.
By Mike Miliard 03:11 pm April 09, 2019
From brain-computer interfaces to nanorobotics, a new report from Frost & Sullivan explores leading edge developments and disruptive tech.
By Mike Miliard 09:15 am April 03, 2019
The National Coordinator talks 21st Century Cures, information blocking, Apple, consumerism, FHIR, open APIs and new business models he sees emerging amid the "overarching theme of human choice and freedom and dignity."
By Benjamin Harris 01:58 pm March 29, 2019
How smart sensors, historical data and machine learning can automate and improve care for seniors.
Mobile devices.
By Jonah Comstock 04:53 pm March 28, 2019
GreatCall CEO David Inns talks to MobiHealthNews about remote monitoring, predictive analytics and why wearables aren't for everyone.
Implementation best practices: Clinical communication in the spotlight
By Bill Siwicki 04:45 pm March 27, 2019
Three experts offer suggestions and tips for healthcare CIOs working with clinical communications hardware and software.
Clinical communication and collaboration tool satisfies Piedmont Healthcare caregivers
By Bill Siwicki 11:34 am March 22, 2019
At the Georgia health system, a smartphone app is the hub for after-hours communication among physicians, nurses and patients, with caregivers getting more information than ever.

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