By Stephen Joseph – Telemedicine is medical information that’s shared electronically to improve the health of the patient. It could include a variety of applications such as mobile apps, video conferencing software, wireless devices, email, and other forms of communication.Read More
By David Sawin – Missed appointments are one of those not-so-obvious ways hospitals are losing money each year. The reported cost is an astonishing $150 billion dollars per year in missed revenue.
By Rebecca Brunelle – Adopting even the best patient portal platform and patient engagement mobile app can be a challenge for many medical practices, both in terms of getting staff on board with the new software and encouraging patients to use it.
Odulair, LLC, leading manufacturer of mobile health clinics, launched the world’s first 100-percent solar-powered generator-free mobile clinic for Clemson University. The Odulair Solar System consists…
The number of mobile health applications available to consumers now surpasses 165,000, as developers incorporate innovative data collection features linked to sensors and wearables, according to a new report released by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics.
July 20-21, 2015, Ritz Carlton, Chicago, IL This exclusive conference brings together hospital and health system Chief Information Officers and IT Executives to discuss the…
That phone app keeping track of your exercise and meals might keep you out of the hospital one day. Why give your doctors permission to…
By John Halamka, MD – I have long believed that social networking concepts, mobile devices, analytics, and cloud are key tactics for the success of any IT organization.
On October 14-15, a group of healthcare leaders gathered for the Connected Healthcare Summit in San Diego to share ideas about the current mobile health technology landscape.