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Social media smartphone
By 07:04 am January 12, 2016
Participants in the influential group of health IT socializers share their best advice and insights about harnessing the power of social networks.
Small fish big fish
By 09:40 am November 09, 2015
There used to be a certain prestige when it came to big things: big cars, big computers and big hair were often a source of envy. And, by gosh, who didn't want a Big Wheel? Today, we covet the small and personal.
Smartphone with social media icons
By 07:55 am November 03, 2015
The healthcare industry is only just beginning to understand how much we lack control over personal data. At the same time, Americans are putting more and more data onto social networks -- making it that much harder to know how best to protect it.
IBM Watson
By 10:14 am October 22, 2015
In a new partnership, Big Blue is looking to align Watson's language service to work with a smart impact sensor for identifying head injuries.
10e TeleVisits
By 09:31 am October 16, 2015
The new cloud-based platform rolls together analytics, big data, population health, telehealth tools and data from wearables into what the company's CEO said will set expectations for next-gen EHRs.
Social media icons on smartphone
By 10:56 am October 13, 2015
Mining patients' social media data could provide enormous insight into overall health outcomes, according to a new study conducted by University of Pennsylvania researchers.
Mayo Clinic
By 11:57 am September 01, 2015
Education and credentials aim to equip providers with practical competency and ultimately help them understand how social media tools can improve care delivery.
health apps
By 10:35 am June 16, 2015
The Personal Connected Health Alliance and HIMSS are partnering with the Games for Health Project, aiming to help increase the role of mobile and personal health technology in care delivery by convening clinical IT innovators with gamers and game developers.
Social media
By 09:05 am May 28, 2015
A snapshot of what rose to the top of the social media buzz at the record-breaking HIMSS conference.
Padlock on computer chip
By 11:00 am May 14, 2015
Developing new cures for the thousands of diseases for which there is none may seem all well and good -- but some patient advocates say the 21st Century Cures initiative launched by a House of Representatives panel is throwing privacy out the window.

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