How PRM Will Help Caregivers
Technology creates a more accessible avenue for young caregivers.
Smart Speakers Monitor Infants' Breathing and Motion
The device can be used at home or in the hospital and tracks small and large infant motions.
Sanofi Launches Digital Drug Manufacturing Facility
The facility uses leading-edge tech to improve the commercialization of novel drugs.
Yale School of Medicine and Hyperfine Research Collab to Increase Accessibility of MRI
The collab seeks to use a portable, low-cost MRI scanner to increase access for neurology patients.
Q&A: How AI Can Help Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance
The technology can help nudge clinicians to make more informed prescribing decisions.
Blue Shield of California Partnership Will Leverage AI to Automate Administrative Tasks
The partnership could improve the patient and provider experience.
Digital Health Company Tempest Raises $10M for Alcohol Use Disorder Program
The digital health virtual program aims to improve access to recovery.
Imaging Tool Offers Insights into Human Brain
The tech captures images of protein targets in a single tissue sample.
ADDF Awards RetiSpec Up to $500K for Retinal Imaging Tech for Alzheimer's Detection
The technology could facilitate earlier diagnosis of the disease.
Asparia Launches Chatbot Embedded in EHRs
This could reduce administrative burden and improve patient satisfaction.
FDA Clears ProTom's Proton Therapy System
The cancer-fighting tool could give physicians more time to focus on the patient.
Advanced Surgical Robotics Beyond the Surgical Suite
How surgical robotic solutions can shorten the time between injury and health.
Wearables Accurately Predict Patient Outcomes
Step trackers can help identify disease progression and mortality.
NIH Awards $20M to 5 Research Institutions to Accelerate the Development of Biomedical Health Tech
The goal is to advance promising technologies from academia to small business.
Smart Shirt Could Help Monitor Lung Disease
The technology accurately measured breathing and lung function.
Boston Scientific Launches Connected Patient Challenge, a Search for Digital Tools to Better Manage Chronic Conditions
The challenge aims to foster a conversation about chronic conditions and could lead to life-changing innovations.
Lack of Resources Hinders Value-Based Care Program Implementation
But there are many benefits of adopting the models.
Is a Patient Experience Officer Right for Your Organization?
Health systems should ask two questions before deciding if they need a patient experience officer, one expert suggests.
FDA Proposes Guidance to Increase Patient Engagement in Medical Device Clinical Investigations
Patients could help advance the development and evaluation of innovative medical devices.
True Value-Based Healthcare Requires a Coordinated Medical Record System
Implementing a new record system could put more emphasis on quality of care.
FDA Clears Real-Time Imaging Tech for Spine Surgery
The Voyant System could give clinicians a more accurate and unimpeded view of the operative field.
Mobile Games Provide Effective Measure of Cognitive Decline
Games on your smartphone could lead to cognitive insights.
Executive Voices: James Gfrerer, Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
James Gfrerer discusses the VA’s migration to Cerner and how being a patient in the system helps him make health-tech decisions.
FDA Clears Canon's Tomography System to Aid in Diagnosis of Retinal Diseases
The device is designed to help providers capture high-res images and scans of eyes.
Machine Learning Predicts Risk of Heart Failure in Patients with Diabetes
Researchers developed the risk score based off the top performing predictors of heart failure.
Digital Health Program Helps Reduce Blood Pressure, Study Finds
A reduction in blood pressure could lead to decreased risk of stroke and heart disease.
Physiological-Sensing Textiles Could Lead to Sleep-Related Insights
The wearable sensors could contribute to the early diagnosis of multiple disorders.
Executive Voices: Manu Tandon, MBA, Chief Information Officer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
BIDMC CIO discusses innovations at the hospital and moving to the cloud.
'Great Potential in Precision Medicine' for Heart Failure, AHA Says
Genetic info embedded in EHRs could have major impact, Association says.
Geisinger and IBM Create Machine-Learning Model to Detect Sepsis
IBM’s tech can also help clinicians find the latest sepsis research.
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