Women Physicians Are More Interested in Telemedicine Jobs
The number of physicians who self-reported telemedicine as a skill has doubled.
A New Reality in Clinical Care: How XR Could Transform Healthcare
VR and AR aren’t widespread yet, but they could touch everything from medical training to surgery.
Overcoming Disparities in Healthcare Information Through Improved Patient Engagement
How health systems can improve communications and health literacy.
Social Robots Might Improve Psychosocial Interventions, But Results Remain Murky
The technology could improve self-guided health programs.
As Medical Testing Goes Mobile, Risk and Opportunity Rise
The smartphone could be the next vehicle for at-home testing, but health systems and physicians will need to prepare.
FCC Seeks Comment on Proposed $100M Telehealth Pilot Program
The program would connect patients in underserved populations have better access to healthcare.
Executive Voices: Wendy Sue Swanson, M.D., MBE, Chief of Digital Innovation at Seattle Children
How to leverage social platforms to improve the doctor-patient relationship.
Will Digital Tools Improve LGBTQ Health?
A landmark study by the Trevor Project provides crucial guidance.
Digital Program and mHealth App Could Increase Smoking Cessation
Researchers saw a 64% increase in the odds of quitting.
Transforming Healthcare & Pharma with Virtual and Augmented Reality
On July 17, experts in VR & AR from Penn Medicine, Biogen, Stanford University and VR Voice will come together to talk about the impacts of immersive tech in the sector in an exclusive VRX webinar.
New E-Tattoo Takes ECG, SCG Readings Simultaneously
Researchers at the University of Texas, Austin, created a paper-thin device to collect key heart readings wirelessly and continuously.
Providers Identify Barriers and Facilitators of mHealth Adoption
While some providers are worried about the technology, past studies have found mHealth apps to be effective.
Health Tech's Role in Decreasing Physician Burnout
Two experts believe health tech can speed up processes in a physician’s workflow.
Medical Photos Could Increase Satisfaction with Medical Service
Emailing images of surgical wounds could enhance the doctor-patient relationship.
Belong.Life Raises $14M for Cancer mHealth App
Patients and providers can use the platform to learn about recovery and get educational information or emotional support.
Podcast: Who Else Hates the Health IT Hype?
Data Book discusses how leaders can ignore noise and embrace effective healthcare technology.
Patients Report Mixed Views on Health-Tech and AI
50% of participants see the tech as a great opportunity, while others see it as a danger.
Medicare Advantage Telehealth Rule Could Be Big for Health Systems
David Harlow says the move could benefit providers, patients and more.
Change the Way You Communicate, Not How You Practice
Health systems can use these 3 tools to increase patient engagement.
Inhaler Monitoring Cuts Hospitalization Usage, Study Finds
Electronic monitoring of a patient’s rescue inhaler could help avoid hospitalization.
New Fertility Tracker Links Physiological Data Points with Algorithm
A new fertility tracking device aims to help women determine the most fertile days of their cycle.
The ATA Is Seeking Comments for Ocular Telehealth-Diabetic Retinopathy Guidelines
Ocular telehealth programs could help address the health and financial complications associated with diabetic retinopathy.
IoT, Distributed Ledger Can Speed Up Health Data Sharing
A new study suggests the model can benefit rehabilitation, fitness and labor health protections.
The Clinical Divide: Using VR for More Accurate Diagnoses
Virtual reality technology is no longer just for video games.
Mental Health Apps: Do They Work? Are They Safe?
An analysis of the evidence for these increasingly popular mHealth apps.
Podcast: When a Startup Goes Bust, Pt. 2
Data Book details the demise of a dotcom startup and offers lessons for healthcare innovators.
5 Ways Telehealth Can Improve Health System Performance
Patients want telemedicine services. Is your health system answering the call?
Health Systems Want to Improve Patient Experience, Don't Have Necessary Resources
In hospitals and health systems, priorities don’t always translate to implementation capabilities.
Zoll Launches FDA-Cleared Remote-Monitoring System for Heart Failure
The device continuously records patient data to help reduce heart failure hospitalizations.
Executive Voices: Omkar Kulkarni, MPH, Chief Innovation Officer of CHLA
The chief innovation officer is looking for internal innovation and partners whose goals best align with CHLA’s.
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