How Telemedicine Helps Victims Heal After Tragedies
Providers like MDLIVE and the VA highlight the promise of digital behavioral health treatment.
What Rural Health Facilities Need to Survive in 2018 and Beyond
There’s no time like now for rural healthcare providers to consider ways to strengthen their practices.
Johnson & Johnson, Mercy Team Up to Analyze Medical Devices With Real-World Data
Why the FDA might look favorably upon such efforts.
Making Tele-Behavioral Health a Success in Hospital Settings
Health systems can even use the tech to help patients caught in the opioid crisis.
Targeting Diabetes with Big Data, Machine Learning, Real-Time Informatics
How cutting-edge research into tech and diabetes rocked ADA 2018.
Dark Web Opioid Sales Climb After DEA Painkiller Restriction
Exploring the digital ripple effects of an attempt to address a public-health problem.
Can Tech Help Patients Better Understand How to Lose Weight?
Americans have inflated confidence in their knowledge of diet and weight loss.
Podcast: Rural Healthcare's High-Tech Hope
How one man is making Oklahoma the Silicon Valley of Health Data Analytics.
5 Must-Read Stories From the Week in Health Tech
Predictive algorithms, GE Healthcare, IBM Watson, and more.
IBM Watson Health Releases Diabetes App, Touts Power of Data
The AI company promoted its approach to fighting the disease at ADA 2018.
Emory, Kaiser Permanente Join Forces to Leverage Big Data, Population Health
How they plan to improve pop health, care, and research.
The Silicon Valley of Health Analytics Is Taking on Diabetic Retinopathy
How Oklahoma’s Center for Health Systems Innovation is changing rural healthcare.
Handling the Headaches of At-Home Genetic Testing
Direct-to-consumer tests could improve medicine, but healthcare must prepare for the adverse effects.
Lyft Dives Deeper into Healthcare
The rideshare company’s new partnership is another step toward tech disruption in the industry.
An mHealth Company Wants FDA Approval for a Prescription Meditation App
Headspace, a mindfulness and meditation app maker, hopes to use new scientific research to support its prescription program by 2020.
Reinventing Clinical Decision Support
What one woman’s battle against breast cancer says about medicine’s future.
The 5 Hottest Health-Tech Stories of the Week
News and insights on cyberwarfare, the Apple Watch, wearables, and more.
Beyeonics Raises $11.5M to Develop AR and VR for Eye Surgeons
Last summer, its parent company trademarked a wordmark that reads “The Future of Surgery.”
Will the Apple Watch Get a Blood Pressure Monitor?
The company has been flirting with the medical device field for longer than some may realize.
mHealth Might Solve Our Prisons' Mental Health Problem
Too many incarcerated patients go untreated, but a new wave of tech is on the horizon.
FDA Approves Wearable to Combat Opioid Withdrawals
DyAnsys says it will help patients who are battling symptoms without narcotics.
Video Counseling Can "Upskill" PCPs, Bringing Specialty Knowledge to Rural Patients
Not all telehealth is direct-to-patient. Video counseling for providers can be a force multiplier...and potentially, a life-saver.
An Algorithm to Detect Low Blood Pressure During Surgery
"It could lead to a whole new field of investigation in clinical and physiological sciences and reshape our understanding of human physiology."
AMA, AHIP, and Others Unite to Form Healthcare Transformation Organization
The new Partnership for America’s Health Care Future has enormous reach. But what it will do remains unknown.
A Half-Dozen Hot Health-Tech Takes From This Week
Ethics, interoperability, and the wearables revolution dominated our reading (and listening) this week.
Our Top 5 Health-Tech Stories This Week: A Hacker, A GAO Report, an mHealth App
Head still spinning from the Apple API news? Can’t quite keep up with the latest in health-tech studies? HCA News is here for you.
Negative Social Media Interactions Associated with Depressive Symptoms
It remains unknown whether the sour web experiences cause depressive symtpoms or are appealing to those already suffering them.
Podcast: Should Cops Have Access to Consumer DNA?
The capture of the alleged Golden State Killer might lead to justice for his victims and families. But many question the ethics of the measures police used to identify and put him behind bars.
A Smart, Small, Familial Approach to Population Health
How did Wyoming, of all places, build an all-encompassing app that’s already improving care?
It Turns Out Clinical Trial Participants Aren't That Worried About Data Sharing
A new study out of Stanford found that patients might not have the concerns that experts think they do.
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