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By Eric Wicklund 10:16 am January 24, 2013
A Georgia Congressman has released draft legislation that would regulate how the developers of mobile applications -- including mHealth apps -- collect personal data.
By Rene Letourneau 09:45 am January 11, 2013
The global mHealth market will grow at a compound annual rate of 41.5 percent in the next five years to reach $10.2 billion by 2018, up from $1.3 billion in 2012, said a recent report from market research firm Transparency Market Research.
By Mike Miliard 10:11 am December 14, 2012
As big data gets bigger, the cloud is helping make large-scale analytics manageable. And with the triptych of trends forging ahead, there are opportunities and challenges for healthcare entities to harness their information in new and exciting ways.
By Eric Wicklund 09:24 am November 07, 2012
Whether it's due to skepticism or a lack of resources, not all doctors are sold on the prospects of mHealth. But for those looking to stick their toe into the pool, tablets are finding widespread adoption as a good entry point for clinics and doctor's offices.
By Erin McCann 10:10 am August 29, 2012
On Tuesday, officials at the Indianapolis-based Cancer Care Group announced a data breach after a company laptop, containing the personal health information of as many as 55,000 patients, was stolen.
By Erin McCann 11:24 am August 02, 2012
Health information technology is etching a name for itself in hospital operating rooms nationwide, according to a new survey published Thursday, which finds a majority of hospital executives looking to health IT to increase efficiency, manage workflow and drive successful outcomes.
By Diana Manos 10:34 am May 21, 2012
Health Union announced on Monday that it has launched the Migraine Meter, a free mobile app to help patients manage and monitor their migraines headaches.
By Mike Miliard 11:02 am May 14, 2012
More and more providers are taking software-as-a-service EMRs seriously, according to a new KLAS report. They're intrigued by the systems' lower price and easy maintenance, and reassured by advances in the security of cloud-based data storage.
By Jamie Thompson 02:44 pm May 04, 2012
IMS MAXIMS has unveiled a new version of its emergency department information system at the HC2012 conference in London.
By Diana Manos 09:29 pm May 01, 2012
For service providers, including telephone companies, Internet and cable companies, cloud service providers and data storage providers, the healthcare market is heating up, according to experts at Cisco.

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