From virtual care platforms to precision medicine, data analytics to interoperability, the healthcare IT landscape is constantly changing thanks to new approaches driven by entrepreneurs making waves in the sector.
Women working in health IT are coming into their own and taking charge as CEOs, CIOs, Disrupter-in-Chief and other executive posts. Some are working to achieve salary parity in a sector where the gender gap persists – even today.
Is telehealth at a tipping point? Is 3-D printing here to stay? ECRI Institute spotlights 10 technology trends hospitals should be sure to keep an eye on.
Thought about what might happen in the world of healthcare IT as the year unfolds? Jay Sultan, who serves as strategy consultant at Bellevue, Wash.-based health IT company Edifecs, has. He recently released seven healthcare predictions for 2015 and some of his forecasts might surprise you.
The 2014 Boston Children's Innovators' Showcase did deliver. Introducing some 35 cutting-edge technologies and problem solving platforms, the event brought together some of the industry's brightest minds all with a very similar goal: to improve the quality of patient care.
2013 has been a big year in the world of healthcare information technology.
The American Telemedicine Association's 2013 Annual International Meeting & Trade Show in Austin, Texas, showcased the latest in telehealth and medical advances. Here are some of the sights of the convention.
Last year, the American Telemedicine Association held its annual conference and trade show in sunny San Jose, the third largest city in California and the self-proclaimed capital of Silicon Valley.
What did the 1960s expect medical technology to be like today? View this slideshow to see retro-futuristic visions of automatic diagnosis, telemedicine and more.
This slideshow provides a glimpse of the action at the ATA 2011 show in Tampa, Fla.