Digital Health App Promising in Tandem with Counseling
With scarce behavioral health resources, digital health apps could help bridge the gap.
Most Healthcare Systems Don't Have Digital Strategy Beyond EHR, Focus Group Finds
Talks with 40 CIOs and senior leaders found most without a ‘long-term digital strategy.’
Increasing Patient Engagement at Your Health System
Technology can extend care and improve the doctor-patient relationship.
Experian and MyHealthDirect Answer Your Questions About Acquisition
Leaders say partnership could bring ‘radical change’
Digital Health Profiles Motivate Patients with Chronic Disease to Seek Prevention
A personal digital health profile could lead to a more equitable uptake of preventive programs in primary care.
Telehealth Study: Inpatient Adoption Surges Forward, Outpatient Not So Much
C-Suite voices tell about adoption of remote technologies.
British NHS To Give Out Wearables For Diabetes Prevention
National Health Service to distribute exercise monitors.
How Will New FDA Guidelines Affect Digital Health?
Paul Cerrato, M.A., and John Halamka, M.D., M.S., analyze the future of software as a medical device.
Apple, Eli Lilly Study Looks for Dementia Signs in Device Use
Slower typing and more helper apps could hold clues, researchers find.
How the Government Can Reduce Physician Burnout
One expert said the government has a huge role.
Wearable Device Monitors Fetal Heartbeat, Could Reduce Stillbirths
The device would allow parents to hear their baby’s heartbeat continuously.
Digital Footprints Track Back to Real-World Health
Online behavior, mental health, and advertising commingled in cyberspace.
Predicting Which Smokers Won't Quit Successfully
Knowing who is more likely to opt out could help tailor better interventions for smokers.
Alexa, Are We Going to Violate HIPAA?
AI, smart speakers bring about a Wild West of health data questions.
Retailers Like Walmart, Walgreens Continue Push into Care Coordination
How new partnerships are bypassing the health system and going straight to the market.
How a Video Selfie Could Help Monitor Blood Pressure
The tool predicts systolic blood pressure with nearly 95% accuracy.
Why Health Systems Should Build Their Own Digital Health App
One expert said it’s more cost-effective for a health system to build, rather than buy, an app.
Wearable Device Could Help Patients Experiencing an Overdose
The tech detects low respiration rates and could buy a patient an hour of time.
Implementing Tech into a Provider's Workflow
It's essential to get different employees involved in the implementation process to be the most successful.
FDA Clears physIQ's Respiration Rate Algorithm for AI-Based Analytics
The algorithm applies AI to wearable sensor data to produce vital signs.
3 Tips to Get Millennials on Board with Preventive Care
Preventive care can both save costs and generate revenues. But it can also improve patient outcomes.
CMS Proposes Changes to Quality Payment Program, Could Reduce Burden
Under the proposals, physicians would report measures that are outcome-based and more aligned to Alternative Payment Models.
Text Visits Could Shift Paradigm for Primary Care Providers
A deal between Anthem and an app developer could make it easier for patients to access care via text.
Uber Health to Integrate with Medpod to Deliver Telediagnostic Exams
The agreement will help provide patients with more access to treatment remotely.
Where the Protecting Personal Health Data Act Falls Short
New regulations need to address security concerns and promote ethical use of patient health data.
Providers Are Dissatisfied with Their Physician Profiles
But health systems can engage with their providers to boost the effectiveness of digital initiatives.
U.S. Is Lagging Behind in Digital Health Technology Adoption
Telehealth and AI are two of the biggest areas of opportunity in healthcare.
Yale-Mayo CERSI and Biofourmis to Study mHealth App for Drug Development
How might an mHealth app and wearables measure physiological biomarkers in patients with heart failure?
Telehealth Policy and Reimbursement Vary Widely from State to State, ATA Report Finds
40 states and D.C. have adopted policies that improved coverage and reimbursement of telehealth.
Fertility Apps: A Deeper Dive
The apps are on the rise. But how are women using them?
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